Pvserver

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pvServer
Developer(s) PacketVideo Network Solutions
Stable release 4.1 / [June], 2006
Operating system Red Hat Linux, Sun Solaris SPARC
Type Multimedia framework
Website http://www.pvnetsolutions.com

pvServer is a 3GPP/2 standards compliant multimedia server that provides streaming and broadcast services to mobile devices. pvServer is developed by PacketVideo Network Solutions [1], a wholly owned company of Alcatel-Lucent. pvServer delivers multiple streams of live and pre-recorded audio / video content (MPEG-4, H.263 and H.264, Enhanced aacPlus, etc.) to devices with a 3GPP-compatible player. Besides RTSP, It also supports HTTP and RTMP streaming, all with rate-adaptive capability.

Overview[edit]

The pvServer consists of the following modules:

  1. The Streaming Module, which is a Unix-based "software applicance" for standards compliant multimedia streaming via RTSP/RTP connections to wireless clients.
  2. The Download Module, which is a Unix-based "software applicance" for standards compliant multimedia download via HTTP connection to wireless clients. This is commonly known as HTTP Streaming.
  3. The Integration Services Module, which is a Java-based platform for multimedia service development and integration.

Major Customers[edit]

  • T-Mobile
  • Telus
  • Orange

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