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Digital Home Alliance Press Conference Highlights, December 2007
Streaming21and Microsoft Taiwan Announce Digital Home Alliance for Windows Home Server
Streaming21, the world leader in broadcast-quality streaming solutions, along with Microsoft (NASDAQ "MSFT") Taiwan; WNC (TSE:6285), a global leader in wireless communications and IPTV; Sampo (TSE:1604), the leading 3C brand for electrical home appliances; Gigabyte (TSE:2376), a leading motherboard manufacturer; and Chenbro (8210.TWO), a leading mechanical solutions and chassis provider; announced the formation of the Digital Home Alliance at Microsoft Windows Home Server product launch press conference. The goal of the new alliance is to build and expand a solid digital home ecosystem to drive the worldwide digital home industry.
Asia Pacific Broadcasting, November 2006
Internet TV comes of age
New content portals are being made available to consumers seeking a more enhanced user experience than what regular TV programming offers. Streaming21 offers solutions to bring Internet-based content to the living room.
Asia Pacific Broadcasting, September 2006
Streaming video with ease
Streaming21's solutions enable fixed, mobile or xSP operators to generate revenues from services delivered across heterogeneous networks. The company also offers technologies that enable digital video entertainment anytime, anywhere and on any device through its patented architecture that allows the deployment of rich-media services with carrier-class scalability, round-the-clock operations and broadcast-quality delivery.
AlwaysOn Media, April 2006
OnHollywood 100 íV New Space, New Players -
Streaming21 was chosen by OnHollywood as the Top 100 Private Company award winner. The OnHollywood Top 100 is a leading indicator for the next wave of the most innovative digital media and entertainment companies. Streaming21 was handpicked by the OnHollywood editorial team based on a set of five criteria – innovation, market potential, customer adoption, media buzz and investor value creation.
United Press International, January 2006
China excited for IPTV
Dr. Joe Lin, President, CEO and co-founder of Streaming21, talked to a UPI correspondent about the IPTV trend in China.
Interfax, November 2005
INSIGHT: China's IPTV market is the "next step," says Streaming21 CEO
During a recent trip to Beijing, Dr. Joe Lin, President, CEO and co-founder of Streaming21, sat down with Interfax to discuss how his company is helping to develop the IPTV industry in China.
Red Herring, September 2005
Red Herring Top 100 Asia Company
Streaming21 has been selected as the winner of the 2005 Red Herring Top 100 Asia Companies. The Red Herring 100 Asia is a prestigious annual award, and a leading indicator for the next wave of promising private technology companies in Asia. The evaluation is through a careful analysis of financial data and subjective criteria, including the technology, business model, management, financials, and funding.
Computer Technology Review, August 2001
Delivering A New Class Of Broadcast And Media-On-Demand Streaming
Streaming21, Inc. has unveiled a new platform for providing video and music
over IP networks that may change the way telecom and broadband providers deploy
video-based services, such as broadcast and media-on-demand, on a large scale.
Based on a distributed and open architecture, the platform delivers high levels
of performance and scalability.
XChange Magazine, June 2001
Streaming21 Brings Solutions to Telcos
Streaming21 Inc. www.streaming21.com introduced its new 4.0 product suite, designed to help telcos, content providers and enterprises in the roll-out of video services. The solutionwhich combines Streaming21s Media Server, Media Caster, Media Manager and Media Player productsoffers media-on-demand access of videos and music, scheduled content distribution, media server cluster, a distributed architecture and comprehensive management capabilities, among other features.
CommVerge, April 2001
Screen grab - Media mavens, new and old, eye the prospect of delivering video over IP
By Margot Suydam, Technology Editor
In case you havent noticed, the ever-advancing creep of digital technology is transforming the television landscape. So far, digital TV (DTV) delivery has been limited mostly to direct-to-home (DTH) satellite services and digital cable TV. Meanwhile, terrestrial broadcasting is making its slow, painful transition to DTV, which the FCC mandates will be complete by 2006.
The other digital realm, of course, is the Internet. But despite a lot of hype, moving television-quality video over the wilds of the public Internet is by no means a just-around-the-corner opportunity. However, you cant underestimate what IP (Internet protocol) convergence brings to the video-entertainment market. According to industry pundits, rich financial rewards await service providers, entertainment-content owners, and video-technology vendors alike. Unlimited channels. Delivery of any movie on demand. Interactive advertising. Its no wonder many a mouth is watering at the prospects.
AV Video Multimedia Producer Magazine, January 2001
AV Video Multimedia Producer polls its readers to determine the best products introduced each year. The manufacturers of the winning products receive Platinum Awards. Here are this years finalists, as chosen by the editors.
Category: Streaming-Management Software
Product: Streaming21 Media Caster 3.5
CommVerge, August 2000
The dream stream
By Margot Suydam
As consumers sign onto broadband services at an amazing rate, everyone from telcos and cable operators to ISPs and ASPs is salivating at the potential to deliver entertainment content down this wider data pipe.
Image quality, however, has been an issue for streaming video. Now such stumbling blocks, it seems, may be falling away as well. Promising to deliver DVD-quality streaming video for live and on-demand applications, new companies are entering the streaming foray with MPEG-2 encoding systems.
One example is recently launched Streaming21. The company has announced a carrier-class broadband content-management and distribution system. The system allows telcos and ISPs, as well as those in the entertainment, corporate, and education markets, to deliver MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 video and MP3 audio via the Internet. A scalable streaming platform thats built upon industry standards, the Streaming21 system operates over existing IP networks to deliver content to PCs, set-top boxes, handhelds, and mobile phones.