Rovi Signs DivX Technology Agreement With MTC

October 2011
Telephone IP News;Oct2011, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the licensing agreement signed by Rovi Corporation with China-based Shenzhen MTC Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of consumer electronics products, for its DivX® technology. Under the terms of the agreement, implementation of DivX Plus HD will be expanded by MTC. Also, there is plan by MTC to use the technology across its product lines. Ken Chow of MTC explains that developing high quality, technically advanced products is important to the firm.


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