The companies also announced they will be demonstrating this technology on a Palm Powered smartphone in the PalmSource booth located in Hall 4, Stand K5 in the Palais des Festivals.
PacketVideo’s advanced technology and embedded engineering expertise enables hardware manufacturers to quickly and cost-effectively bring products to market with customized multimedia capabilities.The combination of PacketVideo’s technology and the Palm OS platform will enable users to capture and display video content on their Palm Powered mobile device.
“We are happy to offer our OEM handset customers the ability to use Palm OSÂ® in their PV-powered multimedia devices,” said Joel Espelien, PacketVideo VP of Strategy. “We look forward to commercialdeployments of PV multimedia solutions with Palm OS.”
“PacketVideo is an industry recognized leader for its expertise in the mobile multimedia solutions market,” said David Limp, PalmSource senior vice president of corporate and business strategy. “Webelieve that porting PacketVideo’s pvPlayer to the Palm OS platform will enable mobile media manufacturers to quickly and cost-effectively bring products to market with customized encoding, decoding,and 2-way video conferencing capabilities.”
Customers interested in learning more about PacketVideo media player for Palm OS should contact PacketVideo Corporation.
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