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Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Samsung and LG bolster DVR business


Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are bolstering digital video recorder (DVR) business, sparking competition with forerunners in worldwide markets.

Samsung Electronics plans to launch a proprietary stand alone-type 8-channel DVR at the end of this month. Having rolled out a proprietary PC-based DVR in March, LG Electronics is presently working on the development of 4 models of stand alone-type DVRs to unveil in the first half of next year.

Samsung Electronics is outsourcing PC-based and stand alone-type DVRs from Kodicom and IDIS on an original design manufacturing (ODM) basis, respectively, while LG Electronics is outsourcing DVRs from Win4Net, Picaso Info Communication, and BON Electro-telecom.

Samsung Electronics will launch a stand alone-type 8-channel DVR (Model: SHR-4080) toward the end of this month. Installed with 120GB hard disc and can be extended to a maximum capacity of 250GBx4, the new DVR can monitor and record images in real time by channel, featuring functions of 8-channel voice recording, motion detection and search via jog shuttle. It also supports a function of remote monitoring via local area networks.

Under a strategy to gear up for marketing high-end multimedia DVRs combined with network technologies, LG Electronics is concentrating its resources on the development of four stand alone-type DVRs with 1, 4, 9 and 16 channels, respectively. The company intends to roll out these new models in the first half of next year.


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