, Inc., a Dallas-based media solutions and video technology company with a revolutionary and patented video compression technology, is pleased to announce that an article written by ESPRE's CEO, Pete Ianace, has been published in the February issue of TMC's Internet Telephony Magazine. The February issue is dedicated to the advantages of IPTV and is appropriately titled, Strike it Rich with IPTV. The article, IPTV Trends, highlights the advantages of IPTV offerings by today's major telecommunication providers and the competitive threats telcos will face in their rollout.
ESPRE Solutions has developed several best of breed video communication solutions and is actively working with service providers and communications companies to enable video on-demand (VOD) and real-time video communication, both over managed and non-managed networks. Over the past 18 months, ESPRE has created several JAVA-based real-time collaboration and streaming video applications to address the rapidly growing demand for video applications for the deployment of Internet Television and IPTV. ESPRE chose the JAVA platform for its ubiquity across multiple environments including set-top boxes, mobile phones, personal computers and various wireless devices. Pete Ianace, whose focus since 1998 has been on changing the way people visually communicate, believes that ESPRE's development of JAVA-enabled video solutions will position ESPRE as the most ubiquitous video solutions provider. As a result, Pete foresees that ESPRE will rapidly capture significant market share in the areas of Internet Television, mobile video collaboration (where ESPRE has been selected for three innovation awards) and real-time video collaboration.
In the article, Pete Ianace states, "Video services are a natural progression for broadband providers of any type and the cornerstone of their triple play service offering of voice, data and video. In their quest to pull themselves from the commodity voice business, telcos have one major hope: IPTV. The television we know today, with a few hundred channels, will soon seem archaic. The network will, in effect, become an infinitely expandable personal video recorder. Viewers will truly enjoy the interactive programming and other benefits from the convergence of Internet and TV. Internet Television will be IPTV's biggest competitor for our attention. Internet Television enables anyone to offer a service or TV channel and empowers video producers and programmers to build broadband businesses. Internet Television also gives viewers more choices and control over their user of video and television."
The entire article can be read in the February 24th issue of TMC's Internet Telephony Magazine. Visit TMC's website today at http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/
for a preview.