Bayside, CA (February 10, 2011)--StreamGuys, Inc. reports that Streaming to mobile comprised more than half of its customer requests in 2010.
Jonathan Speaker, COO of streaming media and content delivery provider StreamGuys, noted, "The proliferation of mobile devices is changing how streaming media is consumed, and broadcasters, for example, are increasingly working with streaming providers and content delivery networks to reach audiences on the move. StreamGuys is uniquely positioned to help service providers deliver a single programming source to multiple mobile platforms through native support of iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Windows and Symbian devices."
StreamGuys works in the radio broadcast and streaming audio space, able to push a single source of audio, such as high-quality AAC/HE-AAC streams, to all of the major mobile phones and Flash players for desktops and laptops. The company often works with app developers to provide value add-ons such as password protection and functionalities that integrate with the streaming application.
The company's ability to push a single source of high-quality H.264 video to the aforementioned mobile devices--as well as to Flash and other desktop/laptop players--means that StreamGuys can packetize unique video streams and natively support all of these targets in a multi-platform delivery service. To accomplish this, StreamGuys supports the specific protocols for each device: RTSP for Blackberry, Android, Windows and Symbian; RTMP for Flash; and HTTP for Apple devices.