John Barr wrote: "Your reports are always interesting. I was wondering why you didn't report on what Panasonic, Toshiba and Samsung were showing in their booths. You make it sound like only Bermai and ViXS have wireless video solutions. I am still a fan of real QoS wireless networks like 802.15.3/3a. Appairent Technologies (http://www.appairent.com/files/PR-CES04/PR-CES04.htm) was showing two video streams and synchronized rear audio speakers on a 2.4 GHz 802.15.3 system. Toshiba and Samsung were demonstrating multiple channel HDTV streaming (Toshiba 2 channels and Samsung 3 channels)."
Correction: Reader Stan Moyer pointed out that the January 04 article on HomeGenie incorrectly stated that "Sun provides the OSGi software". The statement should have said that ProSyst Software AG provides the underlying OSGi software. Our apologies to ProSyst. ( www.prosyst.com )
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