06.24.2008 08:00 AM
MatrixStream delivers HD IPTV for in-vehicle entertainment

MatrixStream Technologies is partnering with car manufacturers to bring consumers the new MX2 wireless terminal touch-screen IPTV platform, codenamed MX-Drive.

The MX-Drive uses MatrixCast video streaming technology, allowing consumers to stream SD and HD video, on-demand titles and live TV channels via low bandwidth connection from any vehicle equipped with the MX-Drive.

The heart of this IPTV solution is the MatrixCast video streaming transport, a video transport protocol capable of streaming HD videos over the Internet at low bandwidth. MatrixStream IPTV servers and players work together seamlessly using the MatrixCast streaming protocol.

For more information, visit: www.matrixstream.com.


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