InterVision Network Corporation
announces that the company will begin offering its revolutionary solution for Live Streaming Global Broadcasting. The company expects the solution to change the face of multimedia delivery by allowing the dissemination of live streaming content to computers and to Internet Protocol-enabled cell phones and televisions.
The backbone of the solution is IVNet’s custom-built, globally-distributed servers, which are built from the ground-up to be, first and foremost, a streaming network. This means that IVNet can support a live stream that is broadcast across the globe to potentially tens of millions of users with minimal signal degradation and no buffering.
IVNet has collected several individuals with the computer engineering expertise to change the game as far as live multimedia is concerned. “The sine qua non for evaluating multimedia delivery companies going forward will be the amassed engineering talent present,” said Richard A. Luthmann, EVP of Marketing and Development for IVNet. “Our engineers have made it possible to offer something that will allow for live Internet protocol cross-platform multimedia content delivery. What we have can be likened to the H.264 of live streaming global broadcasting.”
Luthmann continued, “Going forward we will be happy to deliver live streaming global multimedia in our own right for our clients, but we really see the market opportunity in enhancing the existing offering of so-called traditional CDNs. If the other guys could deliver live multimedia content simultaneously to tens of millions world-wide, don’t you think they would be doing it right now? We are the group that can make the Superbowl, the Olympics or the World Cup final available live via IPTV to the entire planet, and we can do it on computers, cell phones and televisions.”
IVNet plans on applying their proprietary technology both to traditional live broadcasting as well as to several other several other broadcasting and telepresence opportunities in media, business and elsewhere in the marketplace.