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Digi-Frame is among the more than 300 companies leading the development of Universal Plug and Play, which will make connecting multiple devices easier by building on existing Internet standards and technologies.
The Universal Plug and Play Forum was formed in June 1999 to help define solutions that simplify device interconnectivity standards and the networking of intelligent devices.
Consistent with the AMX/PHAST policy of `just say yes' to the standards, we will completely support Universal Plug and Play in our growing line of residential products.
PHAST VP Business Development Dave Hill added, "Joining Microsoft in the Universal Plug and Play effort is indicative of our commitment to the consumer.
HP's decision to build Universal Plug and Play into its Chai software is great news," said Harel Kodesh, vice president and general manager of Windows(R) CE at Microsoft(R) Corp.
Further driving delivery of Universal Plug and Play, Microsoft supports HP's ChaiAppliance Plug and Play as the first Java(TM)-based implementation of Universal Plug and Play.
In the demonstration, a home PC running the Microsoft Windows 98 operating system and Echelon Corporation's LNS(tm) network operating system used an LNS Universal Plug and Play proxy to interact with a LONWORKS control network containing switches and load controllers from Leviton Manufacturing, a multi-function temperature, occupancy and ambient light level sensor from Hubbell Wiring Devices, and a WattNode power and energy monitor from Continental Control Systems.
Microsoft's Universal Plug and Play Showcase contains Epigram iLine10(TM) chipset demonstrating how existing household and small business phonelines support Internet-based applications on a peer-to-peer basis including multiuser gaming, shared Internet access and distributed entertainment content.
6, 1998--Eastman Kodak Company today announced its support for the Universal Plug and Play Initiative, a Microsoft-sponsored, cross-industry plan to make plug and play universally accepted for all device connections and implemented on open hardware and software standards.
Continues ACPI Specification Support; Extends Power Management, Plug and Play Leadership