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ArcSoft shows PowerMobia broadcast TV app

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 21 Sep 2009 21:53

ArcSoft shows PowerMobia broadcast TV app At the Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum 2009 in Taipei, ArcSoft showed off its PowerMobia Mobile Broadcast TV application. It is designed for users to watch live TV broadcasts on their portable devices. It supports a variety of standards including T-DMB/DAB, DVB-H, DVB-T, One Segment, and CMMB. The Mobile Broadcast TV solution is offered either as a consumer-ready application, fully developed and ready to use, or as an Application Development Kit (ADK).
"ArcSoft works closely with Samsung LSI to bring TV entertainment onto mobile devices," said David Cao, ArcSoft's VP and General Manager of Mobile Group. "We are honored to be the only software vendor chosen to demonstrate broadcast TV solution in Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum 2009, an event to discuss present and future trend of mobile solutions. We look forward to further success in our collaboration with Samsung LSI."

This solution includes full software stack such as audio and video codecs, ESG/EPG, tuning and scanning, and integration with conditional access (CA) solutions. Advanced TV functions such as time-shift playback and PVR features are also provided.

"We are pleased to be working with ArcSoft and to demonstrate Mobile TV total solutions for CMMB and Multi-mode, which are compliant to Samsung Mobile TV channel decoder RF SoC products, at the sixth annual Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum," said Dr. Do Jun Rhee, vice president of Channel Development, System LSI division, Samsung Electronics. "Samsung hopes to see good results for both companies through further continuous collaboration in the field of Mobile TV."

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