Next-Generation Platform Brings the Best in Multimedia Entertainment to BREW-enabled Mobile Phones
PALO ALTO, Calif. — September 5, 2006 — mSpot Inc., a pioneer in multimedia mobile entertainment, today announced that it has extended its next-generation mobile entertainment platform to QUALCOMM’s BREW® solution. mSpot will be demonstrating the platform in QUALCOMM’s booth (#546) at CTIA Wireless I.T.™ & Entertainment, September 12-14, 2006 in Los Angeles.
The mSpot platform delivers an exceptional mobile entertainment experience through a combination of three components: an interactive client application; a state-of-the-art mobile content delivery infrastructure; and a wide range of high-quality programming designed to entertain mobile users. By extending its entertainment platform, mSpot is able to leverage the success of the BREW solution and offer its services to a global network of wireless operators.
mSpot currently offers three mobile entertainment services: mSpot Radio, which features nearly 100 channels of crystal clear music, news, sports, videos and more; mSpot Movies, the first service in the U.S. to stream full-length movies to mobile phones giving subscribers on-demand access to movies of all genres; and mSpot Sports, the first streaming mobile radio service created just for sports fans. In addition to providing technology demonstrations in QUALCOMM’s booth, mSpot also will be exhibiting in booth #1067.
“We’re excited to be able to offer our mobile platform and entertainment services to BREW operators,” said Daren Tsui, CEO and co-founder of mSpot. “This extension allows us to offer even more mobile users the best mobile entertainment experience with high-quality, compelling content.”
“By providing mobile users with access to high-quality music, news, sports and video services, mSpot has established itself as a leader in mobile entertainment,” said Sachin Deshpande, head of developer relations for QUALCOMM Internet Services. “We’re happy to work with mSpot to leverage the capabilities of the BREW solution and significantly expand the number of operators offering their services.”
The BREW solution drives the discovery and delivery of data services. BREW customers can benefit from several offerings, which include: uiOne™ for rich, integrated and dynamic user experiences with fast access to high revenue services on wireless devices; deliveryOne™ for differentiated and tightly integrated, operator-managed support and delivery of advanced wireless data content and services; and marketOne™ for a quick-to-market, hosted, scalable content delivery service that includes media titles, flexible management and monetization, content provider settlement and business intelligence services. QUALCOMM offers this comprehensive set of BREW offerings to meet the distinct needs of companies delivering mobile products and services around the world.
A pioneer in mobile multimedia entertainment, mSpot partners with movie studios, music labels and media companies to produce and deliver exciting, high-quality radio and video services for mobile phones. mSpot Radio, an all-format mobile radio service, offers nearly 100 channels of crystal-clear music; news; sports; finance; entertainment; and talk radio, as well as music videos and podcasts from popular sources such as NPR; ESPN Radio Disney and MarketWatch. mSpot's groundbreaking mobile video service, mSpot Movies, is the only service in the U.S. that streams full-length films, television and concerts to mobile phones. mSpot is available in the U.S. through Sprint and in Canada through TELUS. Founded in 2004, mSpot is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California and on the Web at www.mspot.com.
QUALCOMM and BREW are registered trademarks of QUALCOMM Incorporated. uiOne, deliveryOne and marketOne are trademarks of QUALCOMM Incorporated. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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