Myriad Connect & Share Technology Powers SK telesys 1st DLNA-Enabled Phone

Wed, 07/27/2011 - 6:07am
Myriad Group AG announces the first deployment of its Connect & Share solution with SK telesys for Korea’s largest mobile operator, SK Telecom. SK telesys has launched its first Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)-enabled phone which leverages Myriad’s solution to seamlessly stream and remotely control multimedia content between connected devices on the DLNA network.

Subscribers across Korea now have access to DLNA network connectivity on the operator’s mobile handset via Myriad’s software suite featuring full integration with personal device platforms’ native applications. Controlled via mobile phone or tablet, Myriad’s Connect & Share solution enables subscribers to share multimedia content including music, photos, videos, Internet and operator premium content services. Subscribers can then access this content across personal devices ranging from TVs, HiFi players, set-top boxes and BluRay players.

“We are pleased to work with Myriad to leverage their deep expertise in embedded systems to provide a rich new experience and the next level of device connectivity for our subscribers,” states Justin Lee, SK telesys General Manager/SW Team 1. “As we look to continue to push the boundaries of mobile innovation, our partnership with Myriad will enable us to offer to our subscribers the cutting-edge technology they have come to expect from us.”

Connect & Share offers a highly-optimized solution for operators and OEMs delivering performance in devices with small memory footprints, including mobile devices, set-top boxes and BluRay players. Myriad’s highly-portable solution supports Windows, Android and Linux operating systems and can be seamlessly embedded into a wide variety of devices.

“In powering SK telesys’ first DLNA-enabled mobile phone, we look forward to opening up new lines of operator revenue through our ongoing partnership. Myriad’s Connect & Share solution offers operators easy-to-deploy services that are compelling to subscribers, and that will ultimately enable SK telesys to monetize new premium content services via the DLNA network,” states Simon Wilkinson, Myriad Group CEO.

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