Streamezzo Intros SDK
"Cellular data services, mobile Internet, and upcoming 4G technologies hold out the promise of Internet-like ubiquity for mobile applications, but the sheer complexity of porting code to dozens of platforms and hundreds of devices is delaying the market," said Gerry Kaufhold, Principal Analyst with In-Stat. "Streamezzo's solution presents a breakthrough that can jump start revenues for carriers, content providers and application developers."
Streamezzo's Universal Rich Media Platform overcomes the myriad technology issues and industry fragmentation that have thwarted mobile innovation and slowed the adoption of enhanced mobile services. Streamezzo solves these limitations with an innovative client/server architecture that operates at a layer above the chaos and complexities associated with operating systems and handsets. Streamezzo's platform is certified on over 250 mobile devices and supports all major operating systems/platforms, including: Windows Mobile®, Symbian® , Brew® , Java®, Linux®, and most recently Android™.
"Content providers and application developers spend considerable time and effort creating and adapting rich content and services for the complexities of today's mobile environment. Instead of adapting existing content, these resources could be better invested in the creation of new content, application innovation, and the marketing of existing titles, which would substantially enhance mobile content and services penetration," said James Brehm, Senior Consultant, Mobile Communications Practice, Frost & Sullivan. "Frost & Sullivan believes that the Streamezzo platform is a breakthrough in solving one of the mobile industry's great challenges."
The open availability of Streamezzo Workbench SDK reinforces the company's commitment to the widespread deployment and adoption of ubiquitous rich media services offering the ultimate user experience. Now, developers can dramatically reduce the time, cost and complexity of mobile application development by leveraging Streamezzo's Universal Rich Media Platform to develop and deploy applications that are "write once - run anywhere."
"We've spent the last 3 years creating and perfecting a software platform that solves our industry's technical challenges, and our technology has been proven in deployments with some of the world's largest operators and handset manufacturers," said Alain Blancquart, CEO of Streamezzo. "The Android initiative claims to strive for similar goals, yet its approach does not solve the issues of fragmentation or competing mobile standards, and its ability to deliver an enhanced user experience remains to be seen."