Thursday, December 3, 2009

Samsung launches Pocket Media with ubitus cloud computing technology

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA & TAIPEI, TAIWAN: Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., a leading mobile phone provider, and ubitus launch the Pocket Media application in Latin America market this month.

Pocket Media, standing for Pocketing all your Media Entertainment, allows users enjoying multimedia sharing from their or their buddies' home PCs and mobiles -- music, photos, videos -- while they are on the move. With integration of ubitus cloud computing technology, Pocket Media can easily overcome any media codecs/formats' barriers, adapt "Live/instant content" to networks and target devices, and optimize mobility experiences.

Pocket Media is pre-loaded in Samsung Omnia II (I8000), featuring Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional along with the world's largest 3.7-inch AMOLED display in Brazil. After this first debuting, Pocket Media will also be available in other Samsung mobile phones in various regions.

Pocket Media now supports most popular input and output codecs including FLV, WMV, and 3GP, and so on. Furthermore, mainstream image and music formats are also allowed to be shared inside. User can easily retrieve the content in his/her own PC at home through Samsung mobiles, chat with buddies, and get the content from buddies' mobiles or PCs by streaming or downloading.

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