Flash Networks Launches Open Mobile Browsing Solution to Improve Web-to-Mobile User E
Flash Networks Launches Open Mobile Browsing Solution to Improve Web-to-Mobile User Experience
CTIA, San Francisco, USA October 23, 2007 – Flash Networks, a leading provider of mobile Internet Quality of Experience (QoE) solutions, today announced the launch of their Open Mobile Browsing Solution which provides wire line-like browsing experience using mobile devices. This solution combines Acceleration and Multi-Media web adaptation providing faster browsing and downloads, smart content rendering for the smaller screen, and video streaming shaping for smoother higher quality viewing of multi-media applications.
Despite the growing demand to access the open Internet, the quality of experience has been a barrier since the Internet is not designed for mobile access. Flash Networks’ Open Mobile Browsing Solution provides fast, consistent and reliable access to all types of websites, while enabling operators to brand the improved user experience to boost customer loyalty. In addition, Flash Networks Open Mobile Browsing is less costly to implement and maintain since it supports thousands of devices without the hassle of managing downloads and updates of software clients.
Liam Galin, CEO of Flash Networks, commented: “Flash Networks’ Open Mobile Browsing Solution boosts data revenues and ARPU by combining quick browsing and downloads with the best of breed web and video adaptation. Flash Networks’ latest QoE service running on the Harmony modular platform enables the mobile Internet to become a popular destination for users and a source of competitive advantage, revenues and customer loyalty for operators”.
Open Mobile Browsing Capabilities
Flash Networks Open Mobile Browsing speeds up browsing and downloads by applying several patented optimization capabilities based on the specific download requirements, device capabilities and current network conditions. Each and every element on the web page is analyzed and adapted to the smaller screen giving prominence to more important elements while automatically identifying and passing over mobile aware sites.
Viewing of video is enabled by transcoding Internet video streams to mobile formats. Frame rate is continuously adjusted based on available bandwidth, latency, and noise conditions ensuring video quality, smoothness, and picture sharpness.
Operators can brand the user experience by defining headers, footers, messages, titles, text attributes and backgrounds. In addition subscribers can mirror desktop browsing habits with favorites and history including look & feel settings, preferred skin, image size and font size.
|Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Flash Networks Earns 2007 Frost & Sullivan Product of the Year Award||webitpr||News||1||16-11-2007 10:20 AM|
|Vindu's View: It's time to open up mobile phone networks - San Jose Mercury News||News||News||0||09-10-2007 3:47 AM|
|Vindu's View: It's time to open up mobile phone networks - San Jose Mercury News||News||News||0||07-10-2007 3:13 AM|
|Benq P50 review with images||joeyny1999||Phones||0||19-08-2006 11:51 PM|
|Mobile music industry grows dramatically in India||Afzal||News||0||22-04-2006 4:30 AM|