Wowza Media Systems IBC2010 Preview

IBC2010 Wowza Media Systems(R) Stand IP321 (Hall 9)

IBC2010

Wowza Media Systems(R)
Stand IP321 (Hall 9)

Wowza Media Systems(R), Inc.
1153 Bergen Parkway, #181
Evergreen, CO 80439
USA
Tel: +1.408.361.8086
Web: www.wowzamedia.com

Wowza Media Systems(R) Contact:
Alex Dobrushin
Chief Marketing Officer
Tel: +1.408.205.0620
E -mail: alex@wowzamedia.com

Media Contact:
Veronica Esbona
Wall Street Communications
Tel: +1.954.392.6990
E -mail: veronica@wallstcom.com


Wowza Media Systems(R) at IBC2010:

Wowza Media Server(R) 2 - - The World's First Unified Media Server
Wowza Media Server(R) 2 is a high -performance Java(TM) engine that simultaneously delivers content from a single set of live or on -demand H.264 video or AAC/MP3 audio streams to multiple clients and devices, eliminating the need for specialized, client -specific encoders. The industry's first unified media server, it can deliver content to any player or device, including Flash(R), Silverlight(R), QuickTime(TM), and IPTV set -top boxes, as well as the world's leading video -friendly mobile devices like Android(TM) and Blackberry(R) phones, and Apple(R) iPhone(R) and iPad(R).

Wowza Media Server 2 makes it easy and affordable to deliver a high volume of audio and video content over IP networks, either public or private, to desktop/laptop computers (Web TV), mobile phones/tablets (mobile TV), or IP set -top boxes (IPTV). Improved economies of scale and reduced encoding, storage, and management expense mean radio and television broadcasters, content delivery network (CDN) service providers, and other media enterprises save money, improve efficiency, and streamline systems. As a single -server platform, Wowza Media Server 2 also simplifies personnel training and operation, further reducing enterprise expense.

Image Link: www.wallstcom.com/WowzaMedia/Wowza -MediaServer2.zip
Image Caption: Wowza Media Server(R) 2
Image Description: The world's first unified media server
Diagram: www.wallstcom.com/WowzaMedia/Wowza_Media -Server -2 -Fig.1.zip
Diagram Caption: Wowza Media Server(R) 2 Diagram
Diagram Description: Wowza Media Server(R) 2 makes delivering a high volume of audio and video content over IP networks, either public or private, to desktop/laptop computers (Web TV), mobile phones/tablets (mobile TV), or IP set -top boxes (IPTV) easy and affordable.

Support for New Adobe(R) Flash(R) HTTP Dynamic Streaming
At IBC2010, Wowza(R) will showcase Wowza Media Server(R) 2's expanded suite of HTTP video and audio streaming capabilities, including support for Adobe(R) Flash(R) HTTP Dynamic Streaming to Flash Player 10.1 -equipped desktop, mobile, and set -top devices. This capability complements the media server's proven implementation with other HTTP streaming formats, including Apple(R) HTTP Live Streaming (HTML5) for iPhone(R), iPad(R), iPod(R) touch, Safari(R) 4.0+ for Snow Leopard(R), and QuickTime(R) 10.0+ players; as well as Microsoft(R) Silverlight(R) Smooth Streaming for the Silverlight desktop and Windows(R) 7 mobile players. Wowza Media Server 2 provides complete three -screen coverage, encompassing H.264 video and MP3/AAC audio delivery across the most popular media transports to the most popular media players and devices.

Enhanced Monitoring for Wowza Media Server(R) 2 for Amazon EC2(TM) Solution
The Wowza Media Server(R) for Amazon EC2(TM) solution is a top choice for self -managed video/audio delivery because it provides a cost -effective and easy -to -manage alternative to content delivery networks or traditional hosting services. At IBC2010, Wowza will demonstrate how it has made monitoring the Wowza Media Server on EC2 even simpler with the addition of Cacti network monitoring, which enhances system and network visibility along with customized data graphing.

Company Overview:
Wowza Media Systems(R) is the premier media server software company delivering an industrial strength infrastructure for live video, video -on -demand, live recording, and video chat. Wowza has a singular focus on delivering high performance media server software to service providers, media properties, enterprises, and other organizations serious about delivering video to any digital screen - - computer, mobile phone, or home TV. More than 50,000 global licensees in entertainment, social media, advertising, enterprise, education, government, and Internet commerce have deployed Wowza's media server software to date. Wowza Media Systems is privately held with headquarters in Evergreen, Colo. More information is available at www.wowzamedia.com.

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Wowza, Wowza Media Systems, Wowza Media Server and related logos are trademarks of Wowza Media Systems, Inc.

Adobe and Flash are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Silverlight is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

Apple, QuickTime, iPhone and iPod are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple, Inc.

All other trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

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