BroadRamp establishes office in Edmonton
Briefs | 02/19/2008 5:49 pm EST
San Antonio-based multimedia delivery and Internet services provider BroadRamp Inc. has established an office Edmonton AB and is licensing its technology for secure, high-definition transmission of virtually any content to browser-enabled devices. "By making our technology available in Canada, we are offering Canadian content producers the means to deliver their products at HD quality, far more economically than other streaming content providers can," said Greg Nakagawa, BroadRamp CEO. BroadRamp CDS compresses video up to 90% so HDTV-quality content can be delivered over cable, DSL and broadband using only about 1 Mbps of bandwidth where most other providers require more than 10 Mbps. The company is looking to attract anyone who wants to use the Internet to publish multimedia content.