Bang & Olufsen Team With Intel For Connected TVs

Posted: Jan 10 2011, 10:49am CST | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Bang & Olufsen Team with Intel for Connected TVs
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Connected TVs for the rich coming soon

Bang & Olufsen has been around for a long time and the company has some very expensive home theater and audio gear to its credit. The company has been making TVs, remote controls, and a lot more for a long time. The TVs the company makes typically have a very nice looking design with high-end components and a large price.

B&O has no connected TVs right now, but that is apparently going to change. B&O has announced that it teamed up with Intel to get access to the latest tech Intel has to offer. The tech will include the chips that Intel makes for connected TVs.

"During this convergence of PC, TV and audio technologies, this strategic cooperation with Intel is hugely important to Bang & Olufsen. We looking forward to working with Intel on creating unique product solutions for the future," says Kalle Hvidt Nielsen, Bang & Olufsen President & CEO. "This strategic cooperation with Intel provides Bang & Olufsen with access to the latest silicon process technologies. This will enable Bang & Olufsen to stay at the technological forefront in the future and increase the efficiency of Bang & Olufsen's product development," Kalle Hvidt Nielsen continues.

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