Samsung Electronics Technology Adopted for Latest CEA Standard

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Samsung Electronics Technology Adopted for Latest CEA Standard


The Consumer Electronics Association approved a new industry standard, CEA-2027, a user interface developed by Samsung Electronics for home networks using web protocols. The new standard signals the ability for Samsung and the digital audio/video industry to deliver pure high definition audio/visual entertainment for the home network.

In the next phase, an open consortium of consumer electronics manufacturers and service providers will be assembled with the aim of establishing a working group focused on advancing the standard. All interested parties will be welcomed.

Samsung's home network initiative developed for CEA-2027 is known as eXpandable Home Theater (XHT). XHT was developed in response to the FCC mandate requiring digital television manufacturers to integrate digital tuners beginning in July 2004 and to complete the national transition to DTV by 2007. XHT enhances the ability of integrated digital televisions that incorporate ATSC tuners by allowing consumers to control content and devices, via internet protocol, into multi-rooms, for high definition audio/video networking with a single remote. XHT can also enable easy sharing of the high definition connectivity in their TV with other devices in their home, reducing the need to purchase multiple HDTV tuners.

XHT's user interface and web protocol, supported in CEA-2027 offers HDTV manufacturers a variety of advantages. HDTV manufacturers can immediately produce and sell XHT connectivity because it creates lower cost source devices such as HDTV tuners, DVD and DVRs and flexibility of a simple software solution for future upgrades. Service Operators will also benefit by reducing costs to subscribers by simplifying or even eliminating HD set top boxes and related analog components through XHT connectivity. Furthermore digital broadcasters can offer different levels of service enhancing such features as video-on-demand and HTML data services. …

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