weComm and Digital Rapids collaborate to deliver integrated workflows for Mobile TV, VOD and UGC on all major smartphones
London, 10th September 2010 - weComm, the leader in interactive mobile data solutions, announced today that they are collaborating with Digital Rapids to offer integrated workflows for publishing Mobile TV, VOD and UGC. The weComm technology also enables these workflows to be extended to support additional interactive content sources such as sports results, news and social networking.
Following successful collaboration on a key project with joint customer miniV.tv in China, weComm and Digital Rapids are continuing to work together to provide customers with combined end-to-end solutions for encoding, streaming, CMS and interactive mobile applications delivery across a full range of handsets including iPhone, iPad, Android, OPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Java feature phones.
weComm’s innovative software platform enables us to create, develop and deliver applications once that run on all kinds of handsets from iPhones, Androids and BlackBerrys to Windows Mobile, Java and Symbian handsets. We call this technology Wave.
Wave enables highly dynamic content that is always up to date with the ability to easily change not only the content but also the structural elements that make up the application without compromising a mobile platform’s native look and feel.
weComm VP Business Solutions Steven Tan: “Digital Rapids has a world class reputation for delivering streaming and encoding solutions for the broadcast and entertainment industries. weComm is delighted to be working with Digital Rapids to bring our customers the benefits of an integrated end-to-end offering with rich mobile application experience.”
Digital Rapids Director of Product Management Brian Stevenson: “We’re pleased to be building on the success of our joint projects with weComm by continuing to work together to bring our mutual customers efficient, integrated workflows from the initial encoding through to mobile consumer delivery.”