Company Overview of PacketVideo Corporation
PacketVideo Corporation offers multi-platform digital media solutions for wireless communications service providers, mobile and consumer electronics companies, media content providers, and network attached storage companies. It provides media, acquisition, management, and renders solutions for smartphones, tablets, PCs, and televisions; cloud and media analytics solutions; standards deployments solutions for video, audio, and image content and services; and professional services. The company’s products include Twonky, a technology ecosystem that enables users to discover, share, and view their personal and Web content from any connected device in their home; and MediaFusion, a server platfor...
10350 Science Center Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for PacketVideo Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial officer and Controller
President of PacketVideo Japan
Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
PacketVideo Corporation Key Developments
Buffalo Ministation Air Wireless Portable Hard Drive Uses PacketVideo Twonky SDK
Jul 9 14
PacketVideo announced that the new Buffalo MiniStation(TM) Air Wireless Portable Hard Drive uses PacketVideo Twonky SDK to support mobile streaming and wireless download for movie, music and photo files. MiniStation Air features powered by PacketVideo Twonky include: Stream data to and from any DLNA [[or DTCP-IP in Japan]] device; Portable battery charger for smartphones; Wi-Fi hotspot to share established network connection; SuperSpeed USB 3.0 for direct connection.
PacketVideo Releases Twonky 7.3 to Provide Better Rich Media Experiences
Apr 2 14
PacketVideo announced its Twonky 7.3 release. Twonky is a technology platform for media connectedness. This latest version of Twonky has been updated for the current increasingly multi-user, multi-device connected home. It also leverages the growing trend of consumers using mobile devices to access and control their media across a variety of devices, regardless of technology, form factor or brand. Twonky introduced custom user personas for all kinds of media. This valuable feature lets individual household members create and maintain their own media profiles across a variety of devices. The 7.3 update also includes support for a broader range of emerging technologies while maintaining effective interoperability with older devices. In addition, a more robust SDK makes it easy to upgrade existing applications to accommodate new media capabilities. The new features and longstanding capabilities in version 7.3 further solidify Twonky's position as the preferred choice of CSP and CE companies to incorporate media into their consumer-facing media applications and services. These include: Allows Individual Household Members to Have a Custom Profile Each household member sees individual content view, access permissions, and device preferences. Twonky offers support for Roku, Apple TV, and DLNA devices; Twonky's SDK Enhancements Enable CSP and CE Companies to Upgrade Their Product and Service Media Applications To align with the growing trend of consumers using their mobile device as the preferred device to access media, CSP and CE companies can create or upgrade the media capabilities of existing applications through Twonky's SDK and Media API to create a rich media use case for the CSP and CE customer; and Proven Knowledge, Expertise, and Flexibility No in-house expertise is necessary to use Twonky's proven and reliable technology. CSP and CE customers can rely on PV's expert engineering team, with years of rich media experience to provide global support capabilities and to create a custom solution if needed. PacketVideo also offers the only solution in the market to offer downloadable DTCP-IP solutions for Android and iOS.
PacketVideo Names Mike Nawrocki as Senior Vice President of Global Sales
Sep 9 13
PacketVideo (PV) announced Mike Nawrocki has been named Senior Vice President of Global Sales. Nawrocki has spent more than 18 years in global leadership roles at both private venture-backed and publicly traded firms. Prior to PacketVideo, Nawrocki served as Senior Vice President of Global Sales for the Language Technologies division of SDL International.
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