Maxtor’s Michael Alexenko – Executive Director of Technology & Product Planning Storage Devices Division on Digital Living Network Alliance – Part 1 of 2

January 24th, 2006 |

 
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The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas provided a glimpse of life in the digital domain. Intel rolled out their Viiv video on demand platform. Microsoft’s Urge is a competitor as well, and players like AT&T Home and more are all vying for the prime real estate of our collective living rooms. In the end, all the hard disk recorders, mobile media devices and computers have to be able to connect. I’m Michael Johnson, and on the first of a two part edition of PodTech News, we’ll discuss the DLNA, The Digital Living Network Alliance, an interoperability standards organization made of dozens of industry leaders. We spoke with Michael Alexenko, Executive Director of Technology & Product Planning for Maxtor’s Storage Devices Division, and we began with, Intel’s director of marketing for the Storage Components Division Chris Croteau.

Also hear Intel’s Cris Croteau on the Digital Living Network Alliance. You can find out more at DLNA.org. In part two more, this intra-industrial alliance and its philosophy on the future of the digital home.

For more on Maxtor’s digital living products click here.

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