DLNA is a protocol that enable multimedia devices to discover each other and share content. Windows Embedded Standard 7 offers DLNA support for Connected Media Devices manufacturers to create advanced multimedia experiences. In this video you will see how you can use DLNA to stream content from a Windows Phone 7 device to a WES7 set-top box, stream a TV Recording from a Media Center box to a Windows 7 slate, or use a Windows Embedded Compact 7 as a DLNA controller to start a video streaming from a Windows Home Server to a WES7 Media Center box.