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MPEG4 video for wireless devices

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 03 Aug 2000 10:46

Symbian has licensed a product called Emblaze to its EPOC operating system. Emblaze is a MPEG4 video application that supports video-on-demand and video streaming over the wireless networks.
Emblaze supports existing 2G and 2,5G networks as well as up-coming 3G networks. Symbian's EPOC is an operating system meant for next generation cell phones and other wireless devices. Operating system is based on Psion's existing EPOC32 operating system and Psion also owns a share of the company. Other owners (and founders) include Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola and (not a founder) Matsushita.

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