The TG787 residential gateway from Thomson has received certification from the Digital Living Network Alliance. The DLNA is an industry-wide body set up to promote simple but comprehensive digital interoperability, which guarantees consumers that a compliant device will work out of the box.
DLNA certification is effectively a superset of universal plug and play (UPnP). Compliance with UPnP standards is mandatory for DLNA certification, as is, in the case of a wireless device, Wi-Fi Alliance certification. There are a number of classes of product within the DLNA scheme; the TG787 is certified as a digital media server.

The TG787 is a wireless gateway for ADSL2+ and VDSL, supporting VoIP as well as high-speed data. It provides four Ethernet LAN ports as well as wireless connectivity, and a USB port for media storage on disk or a shared printer.

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