BitTorrent Introduced Certified TVAdded: Wednesday, September 7th, 2011
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
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BitTorrent Inc., known as the largest company in P2P file-sharing all over the world, has been very active in 2011, particularly in terms of partnerships. Today the company has announced another piece of news: the biggest file-sharing platform worldwide will partner with Vestel in order to introduce the first BitTorrent certified smart TV. Both companies have confirmed the scheduled launch of the TV during the IFA show in Germany.
This device will enable Internet users to download, share and play content right to and from their digital TV. Hakan Kutlu, deputy general manager of marketing for Vestel, claimed that today consumers wish to have all kinds of personal media and online content right in their living rooms. And as everyone knows, the TV still remains the most desired electronic device for consuming the digital content, whatever its source is. In this regard, BitTorrent certification is expected to help the company’s TV line meet this growing consumer demand. In addition, this collaboration will ensure that Vestel products stay ahead of its competitors in terms of technology innovation and adoption.
In frames of the announced collaboration, Vestel received the right to use BitTorrent protocol, which allows the company and its consumers to download, transcode, share and shift files. All these will undoubtedly simplify the process of searching for content, downloading it, and playing on any certified electronic device. This is considered a great deal for both companies and a definite advantage for consumers.
Today a huge user database of BitTorrent Inc., which accounts for around 100 million users, is mostly based on users of personal computers. However, this trend can change within the following years. The company expects this to happen when numerous BitTorrent certified instruments, such as TVs, NAS devices, media extenders, Blu-ray and DVD players, and many other tools come into mass production in the nearest future.
Hopefully, this type of innovations will become a new type of business for some. In this case, the new field of activity can give the rigid industry a push to adopt another approach to the way it perceives consumers. Finally, it can be considered another step to make copyrighted industry reconsider its outdated business model.
September 7th,2011Posted by:
Wednesday, September 7th, 2011
|Sounds sweet thanks for the read SaM.|
|thnx for the read.....Outdated bussiness model?...havent they been outdated for years now with no new real good stratgey to catch up to the REAL WORLD :> ? Maybe one day they wil finally realize a way to integrate P2P into there bussiness models somhow, instead of mass litagations and crappy goverments policys on piracy......anyhow thanx as always for your articles SAM....|
|Hey SAm Thnx for Another Nice Post|
But Could Anyone Imagine How The content will be plated on Internet TV??i.e
Will we need to download the entire Content or It will adopt the Streaming Option??
|Thnx for the Nice Post|
TV ?? That Doesnt Sound too good
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