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DLNA Adds Wi-Fi Direct to Interoperability Standard

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Nov 16, 2011, 8:45 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

The Digital Living Network Alliance recently announced that it has added the Wi-Fi Alliance's Wi-Fi Direct technology to its Interoperability Guidelines. DLNA is technology used by devices such as smartphones and tablets to talk to and pass content between other DLNA devices, such as HDTVs, that are on the same Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi Direct is a separate technology that allows two Wi-Fi devices to connect directly to one another without the presence of a Wi-Fi hotspot. The DLNA believes that by adding Wi-Fi Direct to its Interoperability Guideline, it will further ease the path of consumers looking to push content from one device to another through Wi-Fi.




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