HDMI dongle


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HDMI dongle

A small device that plugs into the HDMI port of a TV set and provides Wi-Fi streaming from the home network. It is designed to access movie content from the Internet but may also enable local content to be displayed.


Roku Streaming Stick
The Roku Stick is an MHL-compliant device that provides the same capability as the Roku streaming boxes (see Roku and MHL).







Google's Chromecast
Plugging into the TV's HDMI port, Chromecast streams content from the home network via Wi-Fi. See Chromecast. (Images courtesy of Google Inc.)
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Using the right mix of LTE technologies and product design experience, we were able to develop this innovative eMBMS HDMI dongle and demonstrate a great user experience on the LTE network," said Eran Eshed, Co-Founder and VP of Marketing and Business Development at Altair.
Committed to moving forward using enhanced LTE technology, D-Link is delighted to collaborate with its partners to develop the eMBMS HDMI dongle," said GK Lee, VP of Mobile Service Provider Business Unit at D-Link.
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The two companies will create a HDMI dongle for sale in the domestic Chinese market.
The HDMI dongle plugs into the HDMI port on a user's TV and uses PacketVideo's Twonky software to playback personal and web content on the television.
The K-Box capabilities are entirely platform agnostic and the applications running on the Digisoft HDMI dongles provide further evidence of this.
We believe that operators and content providers are looking for new models to deliver content and with the growth of smartphones and tablets, HDMI dongles are a user-friendly and cost effective way to deliver a new content experience to end-users.