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DTS starts certified developers program

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 15 Sep 2007 19:13 User comments (1)

DTS starts certified developers program DTS has announces the launch of its new Certified Developers Program, designed to support the implementation of DTS technologies for the company's customers and partners. Addressing the rapid expansion and adoption of DTS technologies in the marketplace, DTS is recruiting the best software engineering firms and third-party developers in the world to participate in the program in association with leading global product design company Tata Elxsi.
Tata Elxsi is officially the first company to join the new DTS program. Recommended by DTS, participating partners will be extensively trained to develop solutions of DTS technologies for both IC and manufacturing customers. Their capabilities will encompass embedded and software application development and integration, customization, porting and re-engineering applications across platforms, as well as testing, validation and quality assurance.

"The implementation of the DTS Certified Developers Program reflects a growing trend in the marketplace to improve service for customers: Many top-tier companies are launching similar programs to address rapid expansion in the Consumer Electronics space," said Brian Towne, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Division at DTS. "Tata Elxsi is a top-tier organization that has global reach, and were pleased to inaugurate this program with them onboard."

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121.9.2007 10:02

DTS is so much better than Dolby. Most of the DVD's I own I bought because they have DTS audio.

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