Technicolor Announces Strategic Relationships with Intel, Samsung, and VIZIO to Bring Easily Accessible Content to Consumers across Devices

1/10/2012 0 Comments

January 10, 2012 – Las Vegas, NV – 
Today at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show Technicolor unveils its new consumer brand, M-GO. This free app makes entertainment effortless and conveniently combines all of your media including movies, music, apps, live TV, and much more, in one easy to navigate location. M-GO offers seamless access to all your content across all connected devices through a cloud-based experience. Technicolor also announces strategic relationships around M-GO with Intel® Corporation, Samsung, and VIZIO.

M-GO has a state-of-the-art discovery engine that quickly and painlessly gets consumers the content that they want to watch when they want it. M-GO can also be used with smart phones or connected tablets as a premium second-screen experience when watching TV.
Said John Batter, CEO of M-GO, "We could not be more thrilled to be partnering with the leading technology brands to deliver the best and most immersive experience regardless of where, when, and how media is consumed."
Specifically, Technicolor is partnering with:
  • Intel: M-GO will be available on Intel Ultrabooks™ devices through Intel® AppUpSM center, bringing high definition, premium digital content for television, movies, music and apps to Ultrabooks and other Intel-based devices enabled by Intel® Insider™.
  • Samsung: M-GO will come pre-loaded on Samsung's 2012 Smart TVs and Blu-Ray Disc players and will be accessible on Galaxy tablets. Additionally, with M-GO while watching a movie on the TV, you can simultaneously get bonus content, such as deleted scenes and games on your connected Galaxy devices.
  • VIZIO: M-GO will come pre-loaded on VIZIO's televisions, tablets, Blu-Ray players and stream players that are part of the VIZIO Internet Apps™ Plus ecosystem, offering consumers the ability to easily access their library of content across devices.

"Technicolor is at the intersection of content creation and distribution, and I strongly believe M-GO is the future of digital content discovery and delivery," said Frederic Rose, CEO of Technicolor. "It is exciting to see M-GO premiering at CES. Stay tuned for more great things to come."


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