Main Menu
Home
In the News
Special Contributors
Special Report - Bedding
Sponsors
Events Calendar
Classifieds
Advertising
Contact HGO
Home
follow-on-twitter
Merchandiser Fall 2014
Merchandiser Summer 2014
2014 Product Guide
Research Store

Canada Counts
CanadaCounts-Badge-Sept2012.fw
A survey of Canadian buying intentions.
Purchase Report

 

Syndicate
Technicolor opens North American Blu-ray test centre PDF Print E-mail
Written by (PR)   

BURBANK, California - Technicolor, a division of Thomson, has opened the first Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA)-approved Blu-ray disc testing centre in the North America.

Based here, the new "content verifier" facility will test commercial AV content for the BDA including BD-Live, BD-Java and the loading of Blu-ray discs and features.

Technicolor says the testing center addresses the demand to improve disc compatibility and performance, and accelerate the release of Blu-ray movies.

"[The testing center] will provide a value-added service to the industry and ultimately result in a better user experience of Blu-ray Discs," says BDA spokesperson Bob Michaels.

In July, CESI Technology established the world's first Blu-ray disc test centre in China.

<Previous   Next>
Banner
Banner

 

 .

Please, update your HGO profile

BRIGHTON, Ontario – To improve the efficiency of our newsletter delivery service and to bring ourselves in alignment with current Canadian legislation, we need our loyal readers to update their profiles.

If you’re in big ticket home goods, you can’t be without Home Goods Online – the only business-to-business news and information service for those working in Canada’s furniture, mattress, major appliance and consumer electronics industries.

Update Your Profile Now
Banner
 
Banner
Banner
HGO Merchandiser
Banner