|By Business Wire||
|April 4, 2014 04:00 PM EDT||
NanoTech Entertainment (OTCPINK: NTEK), a pioneer in bringing the 4K Ultra HD experience to consumers and businesses, announced today that it has now expanded its NAB 4K Streaming presence to include Ericsson, the world leader in communications technology and services and a provider of award-winning TV and media solutions and services for content owners, broadcasters and TV service providers. At Stand SU721 Ericsson will present what the future holds for TV and demonstrate its unique position across the entire value chain ranging from content acquisition, exchange and distribution, to media management, playout & OTT services, efficient delivery networks and enabling the future of TV in 4K Ultra HD.
One of the UHDTV demonstrations at Ericsson will be the managed services showcase of acquisition, encoding and seamless delivery of 4K OTT streaming content to consumers. This is a services proposition for broadcasters. This demonstration will include using NanoTech’s award-winning Nuvola NP-1™ 4K Ultra HD streaming media player. The Nuvola NP-1 can also be seen in action at the Akamai, Elemental Technologies and Ittiam booths this year at NAB, clearly showcasing that the infrastructure and end-point devices are now ready to deliver a massive amount of 4K content to consumers’ homes.
“The Nuvola NP-1 has proven itself to be a world-class device allowing for providers to take advantage of the rapidly evolving streaming and compression technologies in delivering 4K content to the home,” noted Aaron Taylor, Senior VP of Sales & Marketing for NanoTech. “Ericsson is the market leader in IP video and focused on developing great end-to-end solutions for content owners, broadcasters, and pay-TV service providers. Demonstrating our interoperability will enlighten you with the Future TV experience consumers have come to expect from today’s internet-based content distribution networks.”
About NanoTech Entertainment
Headquartered in San Jose, CA NanoTech Entertainment is a technology company that focuses on all aspects of the entertainment industry. With six technology business units, focusing on 3D, Gaming, Media & IPTV, Mobile Apps, and Manufacturing, the company has a unique business model. The company has a diverse portfolio of products and technology. NanoTech Gaming Labs operates as a virtual manufacturer, developing its technology and games, and licensing them to third parties for manufacturing and distribution in order to keep its overhead extremely low and operations efficient in the new global manufacturing economy. NanoTech Media develops proprietary technology which it licenses to publishers for use in their products as well as creating and publishing unique content. NanoTech Media Technology includes the world's first 4K Ultra HD streaming solution. NanoTech Communications develops and sells proprietary apps and technology in the Mobile and Consumer space. Clear Memories is the global leader in 3D ice carving and manufacturing technology. 4K Studios creates digital 4K Ultra HD content using both licensed materials as well as original productions. NanoTech is redefining the role of developers and manufacturers in the global market. More information about NanoTech Entertainment and its products can be found on the web at www.NTEK.com.
"Safe Harbor" Statement: Under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The statements in the press release that relate to the company's expectations with regard to the future impact on the company's results from new products in development are forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Since this information may contain statements that involve risk and uncertainties and are subject to change at any time, the company's actual results may differ materially from expected results.
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