He was a member of the Intel/IBM group that developed Digital Video Interactive (DVI) which became one of the first multimedia products using video compression technology.
What does DVI stand for?
DVI stands for Digital Video Interactive
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Descriptive Video Information (accessibility TV technology for visually impaired)
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- Diététique Vitalité Innovation (French: Diet Vitality Innovation)
- Difference Vegetation Index
- Digital Valve Interface
- Digital Video Input
- Digital Video Interface (multimedia standard for computer generated text and graphics)
- Digital Video Interleave
- Digital Visual Interface (digital flat-panel displays)
- Digital Voice Interactive
- Direct Voice Input
- Disaster Victim Identification
- Domestic Violence Institute
- Données Voix Images (French: Voice Data Images)
- Driver-Vehicle Interface
- Digital Video Interface - Analog
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DVI, Digital Video Interactive, also stores digitized video and audio on a CD-ROM, digital tape, or large capacity computer hard drive.
In addition to his role at Everest, Ali pioneered the development of digital video interactive (DVI)-based applications built on Intel's DVI program.
This subsystem also allows for digital video interactive (DVI)(TM) and analog video applications as well as fast window performance and acceleration at two to 10 times the speed of other computers.
Our engineers have concluded that the three patents apparently relate to Intel's outmoded Digital Video Interactive product line, which was obsoleted by the international MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 standards.
Ahearn has 30 years of business and technical experience including: being Project Manager for Digital Video Interactive IBM Europe, Program Manager for Input/Output Technology IBM Boca Raton, Program Manager for Electro-Optical Technologies IBM Corporate Headquarters and 15 years on the staff of IBM's T.
New features include: Digital Video Interactive (DVI(B)) technology support with the IBM ActionMedia(B) II adapters for both capture and playback; improved support for IBM's M-Motion Video Adapter/A and M- Audio Capture and Playback adapter; enhanced documentation and product tutorial; support for additional (OEM) audio and video adapters; and 14 additional fonts and 30 digitized sound files.