Speaking of home networking

Sun, 01/07/2001 - 7:00pm
Karen Kessler-Tanaka

TeraLogic and Texas Instruments (TI) have put their heads together and created a new platform for creating digital consumer electronics devices with increased interconnectivity.

TeraLogic's Cougar development platform uses TI's IEEE 1394 add-in card to expand the Cougar platform's ability to design digital TVs, personal video recorders, digital set-tops and home networking gateways.

One of the Cougar platform's talents is its ability to decode and manage digital audio, video and data signals simultaneously, and it therefore can be used as a residential gateway device, interpreting digital broadcast signals while controlling home entertainment systems.


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