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Companies Collaborate to Improve Video Quality for Online Experiences

adobe_logo.pngConviva and Adobe have entered into a strategic alliance to make it easier for content companies to deliver the highest quality online video experience to viewers worldwide. This first-of-its-kind integrated solution brings together the Adobe Flash Platform with Conviva’s intelligent streaming technology for scaleable, high definition live and on-demand content. As part of the alliance, both companies will collaborate to provide content owners with insights on viewer experiences, and optimize audience engagement to maximize their advertising costs for video. Using Conviva’s media control platform, content providers that leverage the Adobe Flash Platform can measure audience trends in real time, and are able to set policies that proactively take action on precise traffic, viewing and video delivery patterns, thus driving the best possible online user experience.


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Optibase Introduces New Features at NAB 2010

optibase_logo.gifOptibase will present the latest features of the EZ TV enterprise video delivery system at the NAB show on April 12-15 in Las Vegas at Booth SL3329. The award-winning EZ TV System empowers organizations to deliver customized lineups of live, on-demand and recorded video over their IP networks, to every PC and TV throughout the organization. Its comprehensive asset management interface provides full control of all video assets including ancillary data. The system also supports management of user groups and access privileges for up to 5000 concurrent users.


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Amino to Showcase New Hybrid/OTT Media Centre at NAB 2010

amino.gifAmino Communications will showcase its new Amino Freedom hybrid/”Over the Top” media centre at NAB 2010 in Las Vegas next week. Visitors to booth #41096 in North Hall 2 will be able to book a demonstration of the new media centre, which recently won the prestigious “Best Consumer Device” award at the IPTV World Forum in London.

Recently selected by a major Western European operator to deliver a new broadband TV service, the new DVB-T hybrid media centre – featuring the Intel Atom processor CE4100 – has been specially designed to help meet growing consumer demand for TV-based “Over-The-Top” video entertainment.


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DreamTV Delivered to TV STBs Like Roku


DreamTV has over 1,000 hours of content ready to be delivered to viewers who are looking at alternative ways of connecting to video via IPTV streaming. DreamTV is currently available as one of several channels on the Roku digital video player.

“Television viewers are hungry for different content than what is supplied by the traditional networks and cable companies,” said Hari Mahesh, Founder of DreamTV. “DreamTV’s content is meant to be enjoyed in a viewer’s family or media room and we are not a Web-Video look-a-like by any means. The future of video is Internet streaming to the television and we are happy to be on the forefront of this trend with partners like Roku.”


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Already 40,000 IPTV Users on SVG Technology Provided by BeeSmart and Ekioh

BeeSmart and Ekioh announce a fast growing number of IPTV users on SVG based client technology. The companies report that there are already over 40,000 end-users running BeeSmart middleware clients and Ekioh UI Engine. BeeSmart and Ekioh deployed the first SVG based IPTV service in 2008, which was the first such deployment in the world. Today both companies hold the largest customer base using this technology, which is fast becoming the industry standard for modern user interfaces.


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