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Ultra-Violet: the virtual successor to Blu-ray

Wednesday 21 July 2010 | 16:39 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
The concept of digital content, as proposed by the DECE consortium (digital entertainment content ecosystem), is entering a new phase with a catchy brand name (UltraViolet) and recognisable logo. If it's up to the 60 members of the consortium, UltraViolet will be the virtual successor to Blu-ray. Besides the name, and with less flourish, the group also commented on the long-awaited technical specifications. The first half of 2010 was apparently not doable, and now we will have to wait for their release sometime in H2. UltraViolet's goal is clear and includes the following elements: •

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Amazon / Apple / DECE / Sony / The Walt Disney Company
Countries: World
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