Press Release Summary:
With VX30 media player, any client with Java-enabled browser can view video stream without having to install any additional software or plug-ins, irrespective of underlying operating system. It is capable of streaming video equally to all types of personal computers and workstations including Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac (PPC/Intel), and Linux/Unix workstations (x86, x64, SPARC).
Original Press Release:
VX30 Releases the Latest Version of Its Top Rated, Java-Based Video Streaming Software
LAHAINA, Hawaii, Jan. 29 -- VX30, a Java-based streaming video software company announces a new release of its market leading Java based media player. Unlike competitors, VX30 utilizes a zero client solution, meaning viewers will not have to install any additional software or plug-ins to receive a video stream. Because the player is Java based, any client with a Java enabled browser can view the video stream irrespective of the underlying operating system.
"Dropping support for the now deprecated Microsoft Java Virtual Machine enabled us to take advantage of many language improvements that are now a part of Java. These improvements allowed us to dramatically reduce the initial buffering time as well as increase image quality and CPU performance," states Mr. Jonathan Miller, General Manager of VX30. Miller adds, "we have also completely obfuscated the VX30 player from the decoder, which will enable us in the near future to mix different CODECs both Java based and native with the VX30 player."
VX30 is currently capable of streaming video equally well to all types of personal computers and workstations including Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac (PPC/Intel), plus Linux/Unix workstations (x86, x64, SPARC). The VX30 video streaming solution enables publishers to stream content over HTTP based delivery networks to end users on any Java supported desktop platform. "HTTP is the way forward," states Jim Kartes, VX30 founder and principal. "Traditional video streaming networks simply cannot scale to the demand that is now being generated. If you're not streaming over HTTP Protocol then your streaming solution is not optimal for high availability," continues Mr. Kartes. "We have not only improved our software but also our pricing structure, which can now be found on the homepage of our website," concludes Mr. Kartes.
VX30's high quality video streaming solutions can now be easily integrated into stand-alone Java and Java FX Applications. Finally, Java Developers have a tool for assimilating streaming video into their programs with an interface that provides developers complete customizable control over the look-and-feel of the video.
Available today on VX30 dot com (http://vx30.com/) are encoded examples of the improved video streaming software, as well as trial encoding software, or for a working example visit http://www.mauionline.com/.
With headquarters in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, VX30 has been integral in advancing the world of universal streaming media. VX30's Java-based platform looks to be a universal leader in the streaming media software community. For more information, please visit vx30.com/ or call (866) 661-5699.
Jamil Newirth of VX30
Web site: vx30.com/