10.16.2007 12:05 PM
Gorillabox launches managed mobile video services operations

Gorillabox, a provider of fully managed mobile video services, has launched mobile video operations. According to the company, its core offering is streaming video content to mobile handsets anywhere in Europe and the United States on any scale. It also offers search optimization, advertising, downloads, mobile Internet site design and development and consultancy on how to build successful services.

Gorillabox runs its own delivery technology called the G-box platform, which can handle any content or media format over GPRS or 3G networks to any mobile phone in the European Union and the United States. The G-box platform is also able to identify the handset and the network to ensure that the best possible user experience is offered to customers within the limits of what the network and the handset will allow.

For more information, visit www.gorillabox.net.

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