08.05.2008 08:00 AM
China’s i-Vision launches latest CMMB software, interactive applications

Beijing-based i-Vision is partnering with Intel to deliver the i-Vision Player, a Linux-based commercial CMMB multimedia player, on Aigo’s and Lenovo’s newly launched mobile Internet devices.

At a press conference, i-Vision demonstrated its interactive TV applications for live broadcast TV channels, program guides, video on demand, video recording, video community, and information browsing on ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs) and Netbooks. This latest CMMB player is part of i-Vision’s effort to establish a new media platform that crosses networks and technology standards.

The company’s standards-agnostic MoTi-MoTi System supplies an integrated, end-to-end physical layer mobile TV operation platform. The system connects mobile broadcast with telecommunication networks and is compliant with CMMB, streaming TV and major mobile TV formats.

For more information, visit http://www.ivisionchina.com/en/index.html.



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