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RGB Networks to Demonstrate Multi-Device Video Processing Solutions at Mobile World Congress 2011Demonstrations to Highlight How Operators Can Easily Deliver and Monetize Video Across Mobile, Tablet, PC and TV Screens (February 02, 2011)
SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/02/11 -- Stand 2B101 at Mobile World Congress -- RGB Networks, the leader in high-capacity multi-screen video delivery, will showcase its solutions for optimizing the delivery of video to mobile, tablet, PC and TV environments. At Mobile World Congress, RGB will demonstrate its award-winning Video Multiprocessing Gateway (VMG), the industry's only carrier-class platform for multi-screen video delivery, as well as its TransAct Packager, which enables the formatting and delivery of high-quality video content on any IP-capable device.
Driven by the growing availability of low-cost, high-resolution mobile devices, personal computers, and Internet-connected TVs, consumer demand has increased substantially for the availability of video on any device and over any network connection. This demand, however, is not without its complications, and with mobile video emerging as the integral part of the video experience, operators have to introduce new delivery technologies, content protection and monetization strategies in order to ensure its success.
As will be demonstrated at the show, RGB delivers the key infrastructure elements to enable an integrated IP-based, multi-device experience. Mobile World Congress highlights will include the ability of RGB's VMG/TransAct Packager solution to seamlessly deliver video to multiple mobile devices including an iPad, iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Tab, as well as a laptop PC and a large-screen HDTV. This demonstration illustrates the ease with which video services providers can deliver premium content, in MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.624 formats, simultaneously to any device. The demonstration will also showcase the VMG's ad insertion capabilities, showing how providers can seamlessly extend their existing advertising strategies to incorporate any type of video-enabled device.
"Video is becoming a key element of any mobile service provider's offering and should play an essential part in any operator's strategy to compete," said Ramin Farassat, vice president of product marketing and business development for RGB Networks. "However, all too often infrastructure challenges and cost can act as barriers to adoption. As we'll demonstrate at Mobile World Congress, RGB Networks' products provide a multi-device IP delivery solution that can scale for any size deployment, while delivering a sound return on investment through ad insertion."
One of the challenges to delivering premium mobile video services, offering both live and on-demand programming, is meeting the demand for the large number of video profiles -- the same video streams at various resolutions and bit-rates -- that must be generated to accommodate the growing number of mobile devices, including feature phones, smartphones and the proliferation of video-enabled tablets. With the profile count in the hundreds, and rapidly growing into the thousands, operators require a highly scalable, high-capacity, solution for real-time transcoding, along with a flexible solution to 'package' output streams for a number of adaptive streaming protocols, while also providing encryption and support for digital rights management (DRM). RGB offers just that -- a multi-screen video delivery solution that can meet the requirements of any deployment -- large or small -- without breaking the bank, consuming excessive rack space, or requiring unnecessary management time and resources.
Executives from RGB Networks will be available at stand 2B101 at Mobile World Congress, taking place February 14-17, 2011 in Barcelona, to answer questions and provide a hands-on demonstration of the unique advantages of RGB's three screen video delivery and monetization solution.
About RGB Networks
RGB Networks enables video service providers to migrate to a multi-screen environment for the delivery of linear and on-demand video over managed and unmanaged IP networks. The company's success is based on core strengths in transcoding, advertising and overlay insertion, ultra-dense modulation and statistical multiplexing. RGB's solutions for video delivery to TVs, desktop and mobile devices are built to deliver the highest video quality at the best price-performance on the market -- they uniquely offer the density and scalability required to support the growing demands of consumers with integrated functionality that simplifies operators' network architectures and minimizes operational costs. RGB's products are deployed by over 200 cable, telco, satellite, OTT and mobile operators in 30+ countries. Backed by principal investors Accel Partners, Kleiner Perkins Kaufield and Byers, and Comcast Interactive, RGB is a private, profitable company based in Sunnyvale, California with offices around the world. For more information, visit www.rgbnetworks.com.
RGB press contacts, EMEA:
Ginnia Cheng / Jacqui Depares
+44 (0)20 7401 7968
RGB press contact, Americas:
Mobility Public Relations
+1 (650) 245-2782
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