CyberLink signs License Agreement for Macrovision’s IPG Patents and TV Guide Data Solutions to Enhance TV on the PC Experience
Taipei, Taiwan.—CyberLink Corporation (5203.TW), innovative solutions provider for the connected media lifestyle, announced today that it has entered into an agreement to license Macrovision’s interactive program guide patent portfolio and its TV Guide Data Solutions for use with CyberLink’s TVEnhance and PowerCinema software. The agreement allows CyberLink to enrich its TV features and program guides to deliver a better TV on the PC experience.
“We are excited to have CyberLink join our global patent licensing program and use our data solutions to help media center PC users to discover premium TV content on CyberLink’s platform,” said Samir Armaly, senior vice president, licensing at Macrovision. “We believe CyberLink’s dedication to enrich the television experience on the PC in conjunction with licensing our digital home entertainment technologies can result in a compelling solution for end users.”
Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink, describes the licensing agreement as “a significant direction towards broadening the TV on the PC experience for users worldwide. Together with Macrovision’s consumer electronics technology solutions, we are able to take large strides in our TV on the PC development efforts.”
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