CyberLink today announced CyberLink PowerCinema has successfully met the requirements of the DLNA Home Networked Device Interoperability Guidelines.
The DLNA's "Designed to DLNA Guidelines" program includes mandatory requirements for interoperability between networked devices, including PC-based and consumer electronics devices. PowerCinema has passed a conformance checklist and demonstrated multi-vendor interoperability with other products Designed to DLNA Guidelines.
"Interoperability is the key challenge for building the Digital Home, and CyberLink PowerCinema continues to set the standard by passing Designed to DLNA Guidelines testing," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "CyberLink's continuing goal is to develop a complete entertainment platform for easy-to-share, yet secure premium content, and PowerCinema yet again proves it is leading the industry."
In late 2004 PowerCinema was certified as a UPnP Media Server and Media Renderer by the UPnP Implementers Corporation (UIC), both of which are prerequisites for the Designed to DLNA Guidelines.