You may wonder how this is a mobile story, and as explained by IntoMobile:
Well, one of the convergence encoding channels is Mobile – Envivio’s 4Caster C4 now supports video compression for all three screens of consumer video – (HD) TVs, PCs and mobile devices – on a single platform.
This is a high-availability hardware platform that is offered with an ultra-flexible embedded software encoding core. There are many benefits offered to users here as a result but one of the most important is that with this device one is able to alter the compression capabilities of the encoder as needed, with a simple software license key.
This new release adds much needed support for high definition encoding and the new features that are offered by this device offer more flexibility and efficiency to the user.
Says Julien Signès, President and CEO of Envivio:
Consumer demands and operators’ requirements are expanding constantly. The C4 encoder provides operators with a compression platform that delivers a full range of services today, but which is also flexible enough to accommodate these changing requirements in the future … Our unique Intel-based architecture enables us to evolve out product features and compression performance rapidly to ensure that Envivio, and out customers, stay ahead of the competition.
Envivio is the leading technology provider of IP video convergence encoding solutions around the world and this is just one more device that goes to prove this.
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