Netromedia will be participating in the ICT mission to Mexico on the 23rd and 24th of February in Mexico City and on the 25th of February in Guadalajara to showcase unique streaming solutions and online media asset management services.
NetroMedia will unveil some of its future development plans at the event, including a multi-lingual Streaming Management Portal scheduled to be released in 2011.
On top of our existing mobile streaming solutions, we are going to this event with improved live streaming services to mobile devices – including a new server-side bandwidth and protocol detection technology, an upgraded Custom Media Player and our VSiCaster unit – for easy cross-platform Webcasting.
Due to our expected busy schedule, one-on-one meetings must be booked in advance, with a time and place coordinated upfront.
How can we set up a meeting?
Simply contact us using the attached form, or give us a call at 1.888.818.3846
We will be glad to answer any questions you may have, and take care of the fine details
Do I need to prepare something in advance?
No. Our team members, including CEO of NetroMedia Mr. Che Pinkerton, will be more than capable of answering any question you may have. It is however highly advisable to prepare a list of questions or an agenda in advance, in order to make best use of time.
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VSiCaster – End-to-End Webcasting with Plug & Stream Technology
VSiCaster is an end-to-end solution perfect for professional video broadcasters who want to broadcast live streaming video to numerous devices (Mobile, Set-top, PC, Mac etc) in seconds.
This high-end device requires no setup: All you need to do is plug your input device (camera, mixer, microphone etc.) – connect the VSiCaster box to your network or network card – and you’re broadcasting through NetroMedia’s Content Delivery Network. It’s as simple as that.
VSiCaster was designed for ease-of-use and high-performance – with h.264 MPEG-4 AVC video up to 4mbps and MPEG-2 AAC audio. It is the ultimate tool for professional live broadcasters who want to reach the PC, Mac, Smartphones and Set-Top boxes from one single box.