Motorola Mobility Previews What Your TV Will Look Like in the Future
New Interactive TV Experience on Display at The Cable Show (Booth #733)
BOSTON, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Next-generation TV has arrived. At The Cable Show in Boston (May 21-23, Booth #733), Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) is showcasing the revolutionary entertainment discovery experience that will be launching in North American homes later this year.
Say "goodbye" to the traditional grid. Welcome to DreamGallery™ by Motorola Medios—a new on-screen display that's as personalized, dynamic and rich as the Internet. Beautiful graphics, visual search tools and friendly menus help you find what you want, fast.
DreamGallery lets you fly through hundreds of channels in seconds. No more searching, and searching ... and searching. You can store all of your favorite content in one place for easy access. Simply select and bookmark your favorite content—just like you do on the Web.
Discovering new content is also just as fast, easy and personalized. Recommendations are tailored to your preferences. Interactive search tools bring you previews and information on the latest videos. And, did we mention it's fast? Now you can spend your time watching what you want, not searching for it.
Finally, all your favorite channels, live TV, and on-demand videos are all in one place: at your fingertips.
"Consumers spoke. We listened. DreamGallery is to TV what search was to the Web," said John Burke, senior vice president and general manager, Converged Experiences at Motorola Mobility. "Consumers want to be able to find personalized and relevant content, fast. We set out to address this hunger by leveraging our expertise in media software and our leadership in content delivery. We ended up reinventing the entire interface for television. DreamGallery isn't just a better search and discovery experience. It's a better way to watch TV."
See DreamGallery for yourself. Watch the video here.
DreamGallery is a cloud and HTML5-based solution for service providers. It empowers them to deliver immersive and personalized TV experiences that can be deployed quickly and scale seamlessly to millions of consumers. With DreamGallery, service providers can offer an on-screen interface customized to each subscriber that can be updated on-the-fly to include new services, features and applications.
DreamGallery also will allow service providers to deliver the first consistent TV Everywhere experience across multiple screens – such as smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TVs. The beauty of DreamGallery's intelligent software is that it makes it easy for providers to customize once, for all devices, regardless of OS (operating systems).
The platform has already garnered critical acclaim from service providers across Europe.
For more information visit our Cable Show 2012 press kit.
About Motorola Medios
The Motorola Medios suite of award-winning software solutions provides operators with the tools to deliver nextgen entertainment experiences. Launched in 2010, the Medios multi-screen offering makes content delivery, discovery and consumption more secure, personalized and interactive, across devices and networks, anytime and anywhere. Cut through the complexities of today's multi-screen environment, reduce time to market, and give consumers the media that they crave, on their terms—with Motorola Medios.
Find out more about Motorola Medios.
About Motorola Mobility
Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) fuses innovative technology with human insights to create experiences that simplify, connect and enrich people's lives. Our portfolio includes converged mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets; wireless accessories; end-to-end video and data delivery; and management solutions, including set-tops and data-access devices. For more information, visit motorola.com/mobility.
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