BARCELONA, Spain, February 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
- Stop by Mobile World Congress Meeting Room 4.6HS07 in Hall 4 to See It Live
Aylus Networks™, a leading provider of infrastructure for enabling live mobile video services, announced today the world's first live mobile video sharing to Facebook, Twitter and other social networks at the GSMA Mobile World Congress Show in Barcelona, Spain. Stop by the Aylus meeting room in Hall 4 - room 4.6HS07 - to see how you can enable your mobile customers to share live video with their social media networks.
"The special beauty of live video is that it is live. The immediacy of live video is unlike that of recorded video for sharing special moments or unfolding events," said Mark Edwards, CEO of Aylus Networks. "Bringing this live video experience to the world of social networks such as Twitter and Facebook makes for the ultimate social currency."
For mobile operators launching Rich Communication Services (RCS/RCSe) this year, the Aylus Video Platform™ can transform the impact of video sharing by enabling everyone, even if they don't have an RCSe-enabled mobile, to receive shared live video content. The Aylus Video Platform is unique in its ability to support video sharing from RCS/RCSe-enabled devices to social networks, the one-to-many sharing practice of Generation Y. It also supports video sharing from any RCS/RCSe smartphone user to any Internet-enabled device with a media player, not just the restricted use case of one RCS/RCSe device to another.
"Subscribers are gravitating to this type of a service offering, whether they want to instantaneously broadcast a national political debate, town hall meeting, protest in the streets, graduation ceremony, concert, sporting event, wedding, school play, or even a keynote speaker at a trade show," Edwards added. "The tools are now here to enable everyone to participate in live mobile video, regardless of the network they're running on or the client on their device."
About Aylus Networks
Aylus Networks, Inc. helps mobile operators and communications service providers deliver live video services for consumers and enterprises. Solutions from Aylus range from live video sharing, including social networks and RCS/RCSe devices, to multi-party video calling on mobile networks. Aylus' innovative, IP-based core infrastructure platform is unique in its ability to serve as a video calling inter-exchange, enabling service providers to optimize video communications among different networks (3G/4G/Wi-Fi) regardless of the endpoints, build new revenue streams through QoS/QoE, and drive mass-market adoption of mobile video services based on existing voice calling offerings. For more information visit http://www.aylus.com.
SOURCE Aylus Networks(TM)