Motorola launches VAP2400 video bridge for streaming HD content to TVs

Motorola has been making hardware for TV fans for a long time. Many cable companies use DVRs from Motorola and Motorola also makes a bunch of the cable modems and other hardware you might use in your home. The company has announced a new HD video bridge called the VAP2400 that streams HD video wirelessly to any TV in the home.

The device streams the HD video over the WiFi network inside a home and needs no wires run to operate. The device provides some cool capabilities within the home like multi-room DVR capability and remote management. Motorola claims that the VAP2400 is the first true beamforming 4x4 solution capable of supporting multiple HD and SD streams inside the home.

The multiple HD streams can be shot through walls as well. The device promises near zero packet loss and low latency. It supports auto-detection and auto-provisioning capability and can be self-installed by the homeowner saving money. The VAP2400 also supports TR-069 remote management. It will ship globally starting in Q3 at an unannounced price.