Las Vegas - iMovee announced its strategy to offer a complete range of multi-standard mobile DTV products to offer flexibility and interoperability for service providers. The company announced plans to launch with major retailers in spring 2010, and will offer up to 20 channels of mobile TV for the Washington D.C. market and four to five channels for the New York City and Chicago markets.
iMovee plans to offer its technology in several form factors, including the iMovee Mobidik, a wireless mobile TV device that receives TV broadcasts and streams to iPhones, BlackBerrys and Nokia smartphones, among others, through Wi-Fi. Additionally, the company has plans to work to develop portable DTV devices for such global standards as ATSC M/H, T DMB, DVBT, ISDB-T and SBTVD.
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<strong>CES 2010</strong> Las Vegas - iMovee announced its strategy to offer a complete range of multi-standard mobile DTV products to offer flexibility and interoperability for service providers.
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