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helloNetwork Unveils First-Ever Java-Based Multimedia Platform for Mobile Video Delivery

helloNetwork, a developer and supplier of interactive, live, and recorded streaming media software and solutions for internal and external corporate communications, has unveiled the first mobile delivery platform aimed at today’s wireless networks. helloMobile Media is a lightweight, software-based application suite for content creation, distribution, and playback that runs on every Java™-enabled device. This platform-independent solution currently functions on cell phones, mobile information devices, PDAs, set-top boxes, and desktop PCs.

helloNetwork’s newest solution was received with much enthusiasm from industry leaders, following its technology showcase at CeBIT in late March. CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair for office automation, information technology and telecommunications. The event introduced cutting-edge products and technologies from around the world with numerous forums, exhibits, and seminars.

“We are excited to be able to address a long-awaited mobile streaming media capability with this distinct, purely packet-based application, which will immediately serve today’s wireless market,” said Klaus Schulz, Chief Wireless Officer.

helloMobile Media’s transport-neutral architecture allows streaming video content to be delivered over any wireless protocols. Successful testing over existing second-generation networks represents the first step to begin providing the long awaited value-added services to mobile phone subscribers today, as well as tomorrow’s broadband users.

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