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November 14, 2008
Doremi Cinema Inks Licensing Deal With Dolby 3D

Largest Install Base of Digital Cinema Servers Approved for Dolby 3D Playback

[The following is a release from Dolby Laboratories]

   

Doremi Cinema LLC today announced its DCP-2000 JPEG2000 Digital Cinema Server has been approved as a licensee of Dolby® 3D Digital Cinema, giving exhibitors even more options when screening 3D content.

“As early pioneers in digital cinema, Doremi has been very committed to developing flexible playback solutions for theater owners,” comments Michael Archer, VP of Doremi Digital Cinema. “We are fortunate to partner with technology companies like Dolby, whose 3D technology further propels the incredible popularity and growth of digital cinema.”

Doremi Cinema’s DCP-2000 servers are installed in over 5500 screens to date worldwide. Because of its extreme interoperability, the DCP-2000 can support all the latest 3D technologies.

“We are very happy to have Doremi Cinema as a 3D licensee,” comments Page Haun, Senior Director of Marketing, Cinema, Dolby Laboratories. “As Doremi is one of the industry’s leading server manufacturers, we welcome the opportunity to bring the Dolby 3D solution to exhibitors who are looking to provide a premium 3D experience to movie-goers around the world using a Doremi server.”






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