a provider of high-performance, programmable and power-efficient system-on-a-chip processors for video streaming and image processing applications, recently announced the immediate availability of support for the new Microsoft Windows Media Audio 9 and Windows Media Video 9 on its flagship BSP-15 chip.
What does WM stand for?
WM stands for Windows Media (Microsoft)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 36 other meanings of WM in our Acronym Attic
- White Mage (Final Fantasy game)
- White Matter
- Who? Me?
- Whorl Maggot
- Why Me?
- Wide Mouth
- Winchester Magnum
- Window Maker (Linux window manager)
- Window Manager
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SyncCast's technology is based on Microsoft Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM).
; and Windows Media Service Providers such as e-media, Full Screen Multimedia LTD, Loral CyberStar, MicroVideo Learning Systems, Streaming Eye Media, Streaming Media Corp.
CoreMedia now offers an unmatched end-to-end DRM solution by supporting the Windows Media Digital Rights Management (DRM) suite.
Telestream, the provider of award-winning Flip4Mac(TM) digital media tools for the Mac, today announced development plans for its Windows Media Components for QuickTime.
The Telestream solutions use the Tarari Encoder Accelerator for Windows Media, a PCI-X bus card that installs in any Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Server 2003-based server, to offload and accelerate the most processor-intensive algorithms of the Windows Media encoding applications.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Featuring an outstanding level of security, high performance and tight integration with the underlying security sub-system, Windows Media Digital Rights Management 10 further extends Discretix's DRM client offering Discretix Inc.
Consumer electronics and home theater equipment supplier ED Digital has unveiled its flagship line of Digitrex(R) HD Network LCD TVs, the world's first high-definition (HD) network LCD TVs featuring Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) Windows Media Connect capabilities.