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Alco Electronics Adopts Cavium Networks' PureVu(TM) Video Processors for its RCA Home Theatre SystemsCavium's Standards-based WiVuTM Technology to Enable Wireless Display Capability in Next Generation Alco Consumer Electronics Products
LAS VEGAS, Jan 04, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Cavium Networks (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for networking, communications and the digital home, today announced that Alco Electronics Limited has adopted Cavium's WiVu(TM) wireless display technology. Alco is demonstrating products integrating WiVu technology in their private meeting room at the 2011 consumer electronics show, including an RCA home theater system which allows Blu-ray quality 2D and 3D video to be distributed to multiple TVs in the home.
Utilizing industry leading Super Low Latency(TM) (SLL) technology and H.264 video compression, WiVu can support interactive applications such as high performance multi-room gaming, real-time video streaming, and mobile display applications. Cavium's PureVuTM products integrate the company's SMART technology which provides a robust mechanism to support Quality of Service (QoS), advanced copy protection and multi-room video transmission to multiple displays.
"As a broad-range Consumer Electronics supplier, we see many applications for Cavium's WiVu Technology including Blu-Ray players, Kitchen TV's, Home Theatre Systems and multi-room HDMI adapters," said Stephen Jorge, VP of Sales at Alco. "We recognize the importance of enabling consumers to share their digital content throughout the home, and believe that WiVu is an ideal solution."
Cavium's PureVu video processors support both 2D and 3D wireless display and home video distribution, and are designed to enable broad-range consumer electronics suppliers, such as Alco, to develop high quality, feature rich wireless video streaming products for connectivity and sharing of locally stored and internet streamed content. Using standard 802.11n WiFi technology, WiVu shares the wireless radio already integrated into many CE appliances and provides a cost effective solution for wireless whole home video distribution.
"We are very excited to be working with a company such as Alco Electronics which ships products under the Venturer and RCA brands in North America," said Manoj Gujral, Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Broadband and Consumer Division at Cavium. "We look forward to a close collaboration with Alco on bringing a multitude of innovative wireless media connectivity products to the market."
About Cavium Networks
Cavium Networks is a leading provider of highly integrated semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing in networking, communications, and the digital home. Cavium Networks offers a broad portfolio of integrated, software-compatible processors ranging in performance from 100 Mbps to 40 Gbps that enable secure, intelligent functionality in enterprise, data-center, broadband/consumer and access and service provider equipment. Cavium Networks processors are supported by ecosystem partners that provide operating systems, tool support, reference designs and other services. Cavium Networks principal offices are in Mountain View, CA with design team locations in California, Massachusetts, India and Taiwan. For more information, please visit: www.caviumnetworks.com.
About Alco Electronics Corporation
Alco Electronics Limited has been in the business of manufacturing quality consumer electronics products since 1968. Based in Hong Kong and traded on the Hong Kong stock exchange, Alco is a well respected leader in electronic manufacturing services. Alco has successfully marketed its own designed products under various brand names in markets throughout the world, and offers a broad assortment of consumer audio and video electronics products. For more information contact: RCApress@alcoelectronics.com.
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