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XstreamHD improves delivery of full HD to home

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 17 Nov 2007 16:00 User comments (2)

XstreamHD improves delivery of full HD to home XstreamHD has announced a major shift in the distribution of high-definition (HD) content to and throughout consumers' homes. The company will challenge the market paradigm by offering consumers unprecedented quality combined with convenience with the first transport network to deliver Full 1080p HD video and 7.1 channels of lossless audio directly to the home.
XstreamHD's network utilizes existing geosynchronous satellites to transport HD content to its proprietary media server via a small Aperture DTH satellite antenna for distribution to multiple media receivers throughout the home. This new cost effective solution will be unveiled, along with key celebrity and leading industry partnerships, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January 2008.

"As the HD revolution continues, transport networks are the limiting factor. Their inability to deliver Full HD robs consumers of the ideal home theater experience," said George Gonzalez, Founder and President of XstreamHD. "XstreamHD's proprietary technology powers a network, independent of existing infrastructure, which xstreams Full HD video and lossless audio to the home more efficiently than any other existing network."

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2 user comments

118.11.2007 16:02

I hope its better than Directv's "slighty blocky" HD service.

211.12.2007 22:10

I would like to see a preview of this feature that they have and quality.

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