Envivio Offers First Mobile TV Delivery Solution For IPhone OS 3.0

Posted: Jun 9 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:49pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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Envivio has announced a new Live TV streaming service for iPhone OS 3.0 that will be available on all iPhone models in June. The iLiveTV offering is a complete distribution solution for evaluating, developing, and deploying On Demand TV video services for the iPhone.

The solution includes the Envivio 4Caster video encoding platform, content delivery software, and cover Flow iPhone navigation portal. Envivio says that a demo of iLive TV is available now.

The service will offer multiple channels for iPhone users to view over 3G and Wi-Fi networks with home theater quality and with features like VoD, a channel guide, and Catch-up TV. The service operates natively on the iPhone running OS 3.0 and requires no software be installed on the phone.

Via Envivio

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