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Mirics and CyberLink Join Forces to Deliver HDTV to Notebooks


World’s first PC TV receiver featuring software demodulation delivers HD content with
CyberLink’s industry standard TVEnhance

Taipei, Taiwan.—CyberLink Corporation (5203.TW), innovative solutions provider for the connected media lifestyle, announced today that Mirics has demonstrated full interoperability of its revolutionary FlexiTV™ software-based receiver with CyberLink’s TVEnhance, together delivering the latest high-definition video content to notebook PCs. With both demodulation of the DVB-T signal and decoding of the H.264 high-definition video taking place on existing notebook processors, CyberLink TVEnhance and Mirics FlexiTV has once again proven its credentials as an efficient, optimized system having minimal impact on overall system resources.

CyberLink TVEnhance expands the functionality of Windows Media Center by providing a module of advanced TV recording and playback features. Broad compatibility with digital TV standards, and support of multiple TV tuner cards, enables the playback of multiple channels of satellite, terrestrial cable, and analog TV services.

Alice H. Chang, CEO of Cyberlink, said: “We are excited to partner with Mirics to deliver unprecedented HDTV quality with minimal CPU usage on notebook PCs. The technology collaboration with Mirics FlexiTV software demodulation coupled with GPU accelerated H.264 decoder technology establishes our commitment to providing users with the ultimate TV-on-PC experience worldwide.”

Chris Cytera, Product Line Director for FlexiTV, commented: “We are delighted to be working with Cyberlink to provide the best possible HDTV experience to notebook users. With terrestrial HDTV rolling out worldwide, Mirics FlexiTV plus CyberLink TVEnhance is the ideal combination for enjoying totally smooth, high-quality portable HDTV on a standard consumer notebook. No other multi-standard PC TV receiver using software demodulation can deliver this kind of quality user experience at this time.”


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