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PacketVideo app will feed live TV, video to iPhone

updated 09:00 pm EST, Mon February 16, 2009

PacketVideo app launched

PacketVideo has announced its mobile video application for the iPhone. The app enables the delivery of operator-branded TV and video services to the mobile platform, including local live channels and on-demand video. Operators will be able to offer the new iPhone app under their own brands on the iTunes App Store. PacketVideo's CORE software platform supports video streaming and playback capabilities along with middleware services for delivering live and on-demand content, including program guides.

The application is available to businesses and will be sold through operator distribution. The company has not yet announced information regarding potential carriers, costs or public releases.




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