February 16, 2011
Online Video News
Tremor Acquires Transpera
Leading online video advertiser scoops up mobile video advertiser for greater online reach.
Mobile World Congress Highlights LTE Advances
Whether you call it 3.5G, 4G, or just LTE, the Long Term Evolution standard is reshaping data delivery to mobile devices.
Netflix Finally Comes to the Boxee Box
Owners can manually update their firmware to begin streaming Netflix videos immediately.
Sorenson Offers Live Video Encoding in the Cloud
The encoding giant partners with Kulabyte to create Squeeze Live, a bandwidth-friendly solution for live events.
Kaltura Receives $20M in Funding
Funds from Intel Capital will go to supporting the MeeGo mobile operating system and Intel's AppUp app store.
Nokia Abandons Symbian, Focuses on Windows Phone 7
Nokia's platform shift also drops Linux-based MeeGo in favor of Microsoft's mobile OS
ClickStreamTV Offers Pay-Per-View to T3 Networks Clients
Platform offers a simple revenue generating solution for independent video creators.
Google's WebM to Face Patent Challenge?
Last week, MPEG LA issued a patent pool request, which Google brushed off as "old news"
Flash Player 10.2: More Efficient than WebM
The latest version of the Flash Player significantly reduces the CPU resources required for video playback, and beats HTML5-based WebM in most deployments
Nextreaming releases Smooth Streaming Player SDK for Android and iOS
The company just released the latest version of NexPlayer™ SDK for Android and iOS application makers, supporting now also the widely used Smooth Streaming protocol.
Intuitivlab and partner QuickTelecom unveil new solution for creating and delivering mobile video
Companies showcase innovative solution to edit and publish mobile video at Mobile World Congress 2011
Envivio Third Generation 4Caster C4 Live Encoder Delivers Higher Density, Increased Performance for Large-Scale Multi-Screen Services
Feature-Rich Version 2.4 Firmware for 4Caster C4 Line Accompanies New Platform Introduction