SiBeam working on 4K wireless video streaming for mobile

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Google’s Chromecast, Nvidia’s SHIELD console and Sony’s PS4 Remote Play app have brought wireless streaming and Android into the living room, but transmitting even higher resolution video content at a high frame rate is going to require faster connections and capable hardware on both ends. Fortunately, such technologies are on the way.

Beginning with an old favorite, Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) maintains one of the most popular industry standards for mobile audio/video to HDTV interfacing and the company is all set to make the jump to 4K support.

Transmitting even higher resolution video content at a high frame rate is going to require faster connections and capable hardware on both ends. Fortunately, such technologies are on the way.

At its booth at MWC, MHL demonstrated 4K video running on its new Super-MHL standard, being passed from mobile to TV using a USB Type-C connector, so it’s already future proofed…

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