Expway Powers a Dozen LTE Broadcast Devices at NAB 2015
Companies to support escalating demand for wireless multicast in Asia.
Sunnyvale, California, July 15, 2015 – Expway, the wireless multicast leader, today announced that its terminal middleware now enables LTE Broadcast on 14 different Smartphones, Tablets, LTE WiFi Hotspots, Home Gateways and Set-Top-Boxes. These devices are now demonstrated by Ericsson in tradeshows, and all of them can be seen upon requests by Expway’s representatives.
“We are excited to join Ericsson’s demonstration setups with a selection of devices powered by our middleware”, said Claude Seyrat, CEO of Expway Corp. and co-founder of Expway. “After running extensive interoperability tests with Ericsson, we can now safely say that our software for LTE Broadcast devices is the most versatile and efficient solution on the market.”
LTE carriers will launch LTE Broadcast this year; a technology revolutionizing the way content is distributed and consumed on mobile networks. Until now, very few devices were supporting the technology.
Expway has demonstrated successfully the capability of its LTE Broadcast middleware during the Mobile World Congress last month in Barcelona with Ericsson and all around the world in its offices in Sunnyvale, Paris, Seoul, and Tokyo.
Expway will be present at NAB and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the company
Expway is the world leader in the delivery of video content and files in multicast-over-wireless networks. Telecom operators such as NTT DoCoMo and Reliance Infocomm and ODMs such as Sony and Intel use its solutions today. To find out more, please visit https://www.expway.com.
About Expway’s LTE Middleware
The Expway LTE Broadcast Middleware controls the LTE modem, and receives and decodes the LTE Broadcast streams. It stores or displays the received content through a third party Video Player and provides APIs for the application developers.