15:37 uur 31-08-2016

Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge en Galaxy Note7 verkrijgbaar met middleware voor lte-broadcast van Expway

SUNNYVALE, Californië–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Expway maakt vandaag bekend dat met zijn middleware voor lte-broadcasts uitgeruste modellen van de Samsung Galaxy S 7, Galaxy S 7 edge en Galaxy Note 7 wereldwijd beschikbaar zijn voor bepaalde mobielnetwerkexploitanten. Dit besluit volgt op een succesvolle introductie van Samsungs beroemde toestellen Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note 5 met middleware van Expway in vooraf gekozen markten.

De markt voor lte-broadcastsystemen komt goed op gang. De technologie heeft zich verder ontwikkeld na de eerste toepassingen voor uitzendingen op locatie, waarbij fans in een stadion simultaan een ander concert of andere wedstrijd konden volgen.


Samsung Galaxy S7, and Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy Note7 Available with Expway LTE Broadcast Middleware


SUNNYVALE, Californië–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Expway announced today that the Samsung Galaxy S 7, Galaxy S 7 edge and Galaxy Note 7 are available worldwide for selected mobile operators with Expway’s LTE Broadcast Middleware. The decision comes after a successful deployment of Samsung’s flagship devices including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy Note 5 with Expway Middleware in selected markets last year.

The market for LTE Broadcast solutions is heating-up. It has evolved from early venue-casting applications, where fans could watch a game or concert simultaneously while in the stadium.

Consumers are watching more live content and accessing virtual reality apps on their mobile devices than ever. Today LTE Broadcast is seen as a solution to enable large-scale audiences to not only view important live events in high quality from wherever they might be, but also as a powerful push-file solution for broadcasting massive amounts of data.

Operators see a lot of value in pre-loading devices with popular content or targeted mobile ads and enhancing the performance of their CDN. Also important is instantly updating a large number of mobile devices with a critical security patch, the newest OS version, or the latest video game upgrades.

“Samsung has been putting innovative technology in their devices, ahead the competition for years,” stated Claude Seyrat, Co-founder, CEO Expway Inc, and Chief Marketing Officer. “They understand that the demand for mobile data and video from consumers is insatiable. The market demands uninterrupted, HD quality service, and by shipping LTE Broadcast enabled devices, Samsung is delivering on the promise to provide their end-users with the best video watching experience possible”.

The Expway Middleware resides in the Samsung mobile devices and enables applications to use LTE Broadcast (Long Term Evolution) services. Expway also provides an SDK (software development kit) and APIs for application developers.

LTE Broadcast is a 3GPP standards based service. It is regarded as the most efficient way of delivering critical data and popular video content, compared to standard unicast. It allows broadcasting to multiple users once, instead of delivering the same streams of content to each user individually. It increases network capacity and eliminates the need to diminish video quality in order to squeeze more data through the network.

About Expway
Expway is the LTE Broadcast expert, enabling mobile carriers, device makers, public and private security agencies, content delivery networks and content providers to monetize the mobile video-streaming explosion. Expway delivers content efficiently and cost effectively through the last mile, from the mobile carrier antenna to the end-user device, with consistent high-quality-of-experience. Expway is the only vendor to offer a complete end-to-end, open solution, providing both the LTE Broadcast server and the end-user LTE Broadcast device middleware. For more information visit www.expway.com.


Terry Costa, 408-501-8816


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