|SmartVideo to showcase mobile video at CTIA|
Posted: 12-Mar-2005 [Source: SmartVideo]
[SmartVideo to demo on-demand tv prgramming on Linux and Microsoft Windows Mobile devices based on Intel technology at CTIA.]
Atlatna and Santa Clara -- SmartVideo Technologies Inc. will present at Intel Corporation's exhibition stand at the 2005 CTIA Wireless convention in New Orleans. SmartVideo, the world leader in delivering live and on-demand television to smartphones and PDA's, will demonstrate its news, entertainment and weather programming on Linux and Microsoft Windows Mobile devices based on Intel XScale(R) Technology with Intel(R) Wireless MMX(tm) Technology.
Intel XScale Technology with Intel Wireless MMX Technology significantly expands the capabilities of mobile devices at a time when demand for more entertainment and information on the go is increasing dramatically: more than 50 million video-capable smartphones are in use currently around the world, with projections by the ARC Group market research firm that the number will grow four-fold in just the next three years. Poised to capitalize on increased smartphone consumer adoption, SmartVideo offers technology that enables fluid motion, fully synced live video and audio broadcasts, at an average of 15 frames per second, even on low bandwidth devices operating on today's existing 2.5g cellular networks, making it the only such service able to be called television in the true sense. On 3g and Wi-Fi networks, the video performance consistently exceeds 24 frames per second.
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