ISSY-LES-MOULINEAUX CEDEX, FRANCE--(Marketwire - Jan 7, 2013) -
Technicolor unveils Qeo, a revolutionary software bridging ecosystems
interconnect devices and applications of all brands
Consumer device manufacturers, developers and service providers can now
common "language" to offer a truly interoperable Connected Life
Paris (France), Las Vegas (NV), January 7, 2013 - Technicolor (EURONEXT
TCH), a worldwide technology leader in the media and entertainment sector,
announced the release of Qeo, a software framework that allows for
interoperability between devices and applications of all brands and
Today, users want to enjoy their favorite applications and services
devices, but the proliferation of disparate ecosystems creates a
fragmented experience. Qeo software modules address this problem by
devices, applications and over-the-top cloud solutions speak to one
deliver simpler and richer smart home, entertainment, communication and
media services. The result is a truly Connected Life - a simple, user-
experience that allows consumers to effectively manage and utilize the
potential of their devices and services.
Michel Rahier, President of Technicolor's Connected Home Division, said:
the last years, we've built a solid understanding of the issues
heterogeneous and closed ecosystems that fragment the user experience.
why we have developed Qeo: a technology that enables devices to speak the
language, be interconnected with each other, and create totally new use
for the Connected Life and the 'Internet of things'. We are excited to
received strong support from major operators and industry leaders for
initiative that we commit to keep pushing forward as the new
Qeo benefits both end users and developers, while answering consumer
manufacturers and service providers' needs:
* For end users:
Want to remotely manage heterogeneous alarm, automation, and video
systems via one comprehensive interface? Need your doorbell to
notification to your TV or mobile screen when someone is at the door?
switch a video call a friend started on your main TV to your tablet? Qeo
such use cases easy to develop and deploy, and enables the potential of
more of these innovative digital life scenarios.
* For developers:
With Qeo, creating cross-devices and cross-OS applications has never
easy and straightforward. Developers can build distributed applications
having to care about the diversity of languages, OS, or environments.
about giving free rein to developers' imaginations.
* For services providers:
Qeo comes with tools to monitor and manage all Qeo-enabled devices,
operational costs under control. It provides views, from global home
down to individual customers, devices or applications, enabling all
* For consumer electronics manufacturers
Qeo allows more than just content sharing. With Qeo, devices can exchange
data, information, status. in a simple way to provide better and seamless
scenarios for their users. Devices are also immediately recognized
home network and configured with easy set up.
Qeo capabilities will be demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show
Technicolor's booth (Central Hall, booth #8531).
More information at www.i-speak-qeo.com
Qeo has received the support of industry leaders such as:
IBM, CES meeting room at the Venetian Hotel (Veronese suite 2405-Level 2)
and Portugal Telecom,
who will be Alpha Partners of Qeo.
Technicolor, a worldwide technology leader in the media and
sector, is at the forefront of digital innovation. Our world class
innovation laboratories enable us to lead the market in delivering
video services to content creators and distributors. We also benefit
extensive intellectual property portfolio focused on imaging and
technologies, based on a thriving licensing business. Our commitment:
the delivery of exciting new experiences for consumers in theaters,
Euronext Paris: TCH. www.technicolor.com
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