(redirected from Anynet)


(HDMI Consumer Electronics Control) A control function that lets one A/V component control another if they are connected via HDMI cables. For example, inserting a disc into the DVD player would turn on the TV automatically or the A/V receiver, if part of the system. Using proprietary brand names, HDMI CEC initially worked only when components were from the same vendor. Increasingly, HDMI CEC works across vendors' products. See HDMI.
HDMI CECBranding      Vendor

    Anynet        Samsung

    BRAVIA Sync   Sony

    KURO Link     Pioneer

    NetCommand    Mitsubishi

    REGZA-LINK    Toshiba

    RIHD (Remote
    over HDMI)    Onkyo

    SimpLink      LG
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
AMCI), announces the addition of their ANR2 LVDT/RVDT Signal Conditioner to the AnyNET I/O family of PLC-based specialty I/O products.
In support of SMSXpress, Numerex also announces the launch of the DigiCell AnyNET network modem.
With Vodafone's Anynet Pay As You Go, it costs 30p a minute to make a call to any network or a fixed line, but evening and weekend calls only cost 10p a minute.
In a nod to the growing home networking phenomenon, the television features Samsung's new patented built-in Anynet chip, which allows for single remote-control operation of multiple audio/video components.
This architecture, implemented in the IBM environment as AnyNet, allows users to run applications independent of the transport protocol that their company uses.
The NetManage emulator can now use the new TN5250E services in IBM's OS/400 V4R2 to support device naming through direct IP connections in an intranet/extranet environment without requiring Anynet link type.
AMCI) releases a 1-minute video highlighting AMCI's AnyNET I/O family.
To be used with any existing Uplink AnyNET product, the Uplink FD-1000 provides full data communications and reporting capabilities for commercial and residential security alarm panels, and represents the first in a series of new wireless communicators designed to serve the needs of fire and security dealers and integrators.
The HW-D7000 is packed with four HDMI inputs to allow consumers to organize their devices easily with Anynet (HDMI-CEC).
AMCI), announces the addition of their ANE2 SSI Interface Module to the AnyNET I/O family of PLC-based specialty I/O products.
The FastTrack solution includes the rugged and reliable AnyNET GSM wireless device.
AMCI), announces the addition of their ANA2 Resolver Interface Module to the AnyNET I/O family of PLC-based specialty I/O products.