What is DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) - Definition?

DLNA stands for both an organization and a technology. DLNA is the short form of Digital Living Network Alliance. It works with device manufacturers' to include DLNA in the devices. As of June 2015, DLNA organization claims to have 200 companies as member.

DLNA standard is used for music, photos and video sharing over an existing home network. Home network can be a wireless network or wired network. With this, you can stream multimedia content from your phone to a compatible TV-set using a Wi-Fi network.

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