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MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 live and storage encoder provider ATEME has successfully completed interoperability tests with ZTE videoconference and surveillance decoding systems.
The company has engaged in a wide qualification and interoperability testing effort with available MPEG-4 decoding solutions. This process covers the ability of the decoding solution to support all tools of the MPEG-4 standard as used in a best-in-class encoder implementation.
The proven interoperability of ATEME encoders and ZTE videoconference and surveillance decoding systems saves time and reduces risk for telcos in deployment of MPEG-4 AVC-based services.
For more information, visit: www.ateme.com.
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