The Enspert IDENTITY Mobile TV solution is about to be boosted with additional connected devices. Enspert demonstrated range of mobile TV solution at last week’s CE Show in Las Vegas. According to Enspert the new line of devices that are coming out this year were designed to reflect the way we work and live. Developed on the open-source Android operating system the new range include VoIP and SoIP systems, including smartphones, multi-device media convergence hubs and mobile hotspots.
Marvell is inviting attendees to this year’s CES to visit its stand to see the next generation of mobile digital lifestyle solutions. They are promising to demonstrate the latest products developed using their range of chip technologies. These solutions, said Marvell will enable consumers to access live digital content -- video, photos, music, voice, data and news -- seamlessly, in any format from wherever they are, whenever they want.
Virgin Media, one of the UKs biggest cable TV providers is preparing to offer extended digital TV services to its customers. The new digital lifestyle service is to allow subscribers to access content across all three screens (Television, PC and Mobile Phones). According to reports, the digital TV provider is in talks with SeaChange, a video on-demand provider.
Inorder to extend its services and to offer its mobile subscribers more choice StarHub has teamed up with SeaChange to create “StarHub TV on Mobile”. Using SeaChane Intelligent Video Platform, StarHub is now offering it subscribers the ability to view up to 24 branded premium pay channels through their mobile handsets.