Lynx Technology, the new name for PacketVideo in North American and Europe has release Twonky 8.2, with IPv6, DIAL, audiobook support and cloud-based capabilities. Lynx said the new features added to Twonky 8.2 were in direct response to changing consumer preferences regarding media consumption in the connected home.
Developers of Twonky based solutions now have the option to integrate their services with the cloud. According to PacketVideo version 8 has a "cloud-enabled architecture that ensures optimal speed and flexibility". With the increaseing need for flexibility and connectivity PacketVideo said they want to accelerate the provivision of cloud services by service providers and manufacturers to their customers.
STMicroelectronics and PacketVideo have collaborated to port the Twonky Media Server software to the STiH416 (Orly) connected home system-on-chip device. According to both companies, the solution delivers state-of-the-art home multimedia capability, where content from many different sources can be stream to many different devices in the home, regardless of the original content format or the screen resolution of the display device.
Now you can download and stream your videos to your televisions wirelessly from you Apple iPad or Android Tablets. PacketVideo released its Twonky Beam Browser last month for the new must have gadgets. The software allows you to browse web videos from your tablet and then stream them to any Smart TV, wirelessly.
PacketVideo (PV) the developer of the Twonky media-sharing software and Bang & Olufsen (B&O) have announced a partnership that will allow Bang & Olufsen to offer its customer a seamless and connected music sharing experience using Twonky. The PV premium music player software will be part of Bang & Olufsen’s BeoSound 5 whole home entertainment management solution.
The days of copying your favourite songs and movies to take with us on the road will soon be a thin of the past. That is because PacketVideo has joined up with JDM Sytems Consultant to extent its popular Twonky digital media connectivity solution to the Car. PacketVideo announced that they are working with JDM on a voice activated system to access digital content at home.
PacketVideo this week released TwonkyServer 6.0 and TwonkyServer 2.0 Two of the main softwares that form its Twonky connected home suite. They are the industry’s most popular connected home solutions with more than 3 million installations. The new versions offer more flexibility, interchangeable user interface and a faster scanning engine and well as some industry’s first.
PacketVideo has released an update to its popular connected home tool TwonkyBeam. The new version 1.1 is to allow customers with Firefox browser and Apple Mac computer to get the same benefit that was available only to customers with PC and Internet Explorer. TwonkyBeam tool allows user to beam media content from popular Social Media websites such as YouTube, Last.fm and Flickr to connected devices throughout the home.
At this year’s Mobile World Congress, NEC demonstrated their Femtocell solution which offers PacketVideo’s TwonkyMedia connected home applications and MediaFusion content management and delivery platform. The solution is the result of collaboration between PacketVideo and NEC Corporation. The Femtocell solution is aimed at both consumers and mobile service providers.
Packet Video the company that gave us TwonkyMedia Server is at it again. This time with the release of TwonkyServer Mobile, Design specifically for Android handsets, TwonkyServer Mobile transforms your handset into a media sharing server.