Eco-Friendly Media Streaming PC
"CYBERLINK, ACER AND INTEL ENABLE ECO-FRIENDLY MEDIA STREAMING PC"
Published: 3rd December 2008 | Source: Cyberlink |
CyberLink Live is a remote media access web service that allows users to enjoy media stored in their Acer Aspire M5700 PCs from any web browser.
Intel® Remote Wake Technology and CyberLink Live allow users to wake up their Aspire PC from sleep mode for secure remote access of their digital media, such as live TV shows, webcam feeds, videos, photos, music and documents, whilst keeping the PC at home energy efficient.
"Acer is proud to work with Intel and Cyberlink to protect the Earth through Acer's Aspire M5700 desktop computer. By our joint efforts, users may access and enjoy their multimedia from anywhere, anytime. Moreover, this technology solution enables the user to play an active role in protecting our environment by reducing carbon dioxide and unnecessary electric usage," said Allen Jong, Director of Acer's Stationary Computing Business Unit.
"It is truly our pleasure to collaborate with Intel and Acer on such meaningful and innovative energy-efficient technology," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "This technological collaboration enables users to conveniently access their media remotely without wasting energy."
“We are pleased that Acer and CyberLink are supporting Intel® Remote Wake Technology on the new Aspire M5700 Consumer PC with Cyberlink Live software allowing consumers to have anytime access to their digital content from connected devices while reducing unnecessary PC power consumption,” said Joseph Van De Water, Intel’s Marketing Director, Mobile Platforms Group. “Intel® Remote Wake Technology” provides the keys to unlocking the digital lifestyle needs of the mainstream and multimedia PC user by providing perfect balance of access and energy efficiency.”
Acer Aspire M5700 with Intel Remote Wake Technology and CyberLink Live Remote Access application will commence shipment in December and will be available throughout Acer’s retail channel in the US and Taiwan.
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