At the second day of the Intel Developer Forum, Intel shed light on its new home entertainment strategies. In what is essentially the equivalent of a Centrino package for the digital home, Intel rolled out what it's calling its VIIV (pronounce vive) line of home entertainment products. These systems will be small form factor devices designed to boot nearly instantly after initial startup, thanks to Intel's Quick Resume technology. All VIIV PC's come with a remote control, require Windows XP MCE along with a specific Intel chipset, and will feature dual core processors for fast encoding of captured media.
To find out more about VIIV, follow the link below.
View: VIIV Requirements
View: Intel Press Release
News source: AnandTech