BARCELONA, Spain--()--Nextreaming (KOSDAQ:139670), leading provider of mobile multimedia software, announced the release of NexPlayer™ London 2012 Limited Edition, which should help broadcasters distribute the Olympic Games live to any iOS and Android device, including smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices.
“We are proud to continue offering the best quality with the most appropriate business model to our customers. Nextreaming cannot ignore the relevance of an influential event like the Olympic Games and wants to make its own contribution to bringing the Games to the maximal audience at global level.”
The particularity of this player version is the limited license period,
making the licensing conditions more suitable for those broadcasters
distributing only during the period of the Games.
This product otherwise offers the same outstanding video quality as the regular player, including HLS support for all Android devices and Smooth Streaming for all Android and iOS devices, solving the problem of the strong market fragmentation in terms of device capabilities. The player also provides other features such as local playback, subtitles and advanced rendering. It can easily be integrated into any Android or iOS application.
Dr Il-Taek Lim, CEO of Nextreaming, said: “We are proud to continue offering the best quality with the most appropriate business model to our customers. Nextreaming cannot ignore the relevance of an influential event like the Olympic Games and wants to make its own contribution to bringing the Games to the maximal audience at global level.”
Nextreaming is a global mobile software company with Headquarters in Seoul, Korea and branches in the US, Europe, Taiwan, and China.
The most popular Nextreaming product is NexPlayer™, a powerful media player supporting all streaming and VOD formats and integrated in more than one hundred million handset units already.
Nextreaming is a publicly traded company listed on the Korean stock market, KOSDAQ, located in Seoul, Korea.
Nextreaming will change its name to NexStreaming on March 30, 2012.
NexPlayer and NexEditor are registered trademarks of Nextreaming,
All other trademarks, names of actual companies, and products mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.
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