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Delivering Internet Media Services to Consumer Electronics Devices in Personal Networks

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8 Author(s)
Hjelm, J. ; Ericsson Res., Tokyo, Japan ; Yasukawa, K. ; Kato, R. ; Sugimoto, S.
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DLNA devices, by definition, do not support remote connectivity. Even if attached to a LAN that is connected to the Internet, they can generally not be used to consume streamed or downloadable media. By providing a gateway in a mobile phone that exposes a 'remote Digital Media Server' on the LAN, content from different online sources can be made available on locally connected media renderers. Adding to this, the capabilities of the mobile phone can be used to publish presence information of the devices, for example to enable remote control of home appliances for energy management. This paper describes a demonstration of how Internet media services are delivered to devices in a personal network, using the mobile phone as a service control point.

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Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), 2010 7th IEEE

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9-12 Jan. 2010