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Lyfe Communications Announces Provisional Patent Filing for Adaptive Multicast
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Salt Lake City, UT -- Lyfe Communications, Inc. (OTCBB: LYFE), a technology leader in the development of next generation media services integrating TV, high-speed Internet and enhanced voice services, today announced that it has filed for provisional patents around its Adaptive Multicasting technology.
This patent will show that the company has made a breakthrough in the next generation of digital media transport. Adaptive Multicast is a leap forward in the transport of live, linear television over existing telecommunications networks.
"I was fortunate to head the group that pioneered Adaptive Streaming for Web video about 8 years ago. This team has now taken the next generational step: adaptive technologies for live, linear television," said Greg Smith, CEO of Lyfe Communications. "When we thought about the technology requirements for delivering real television to communities over existing IP connections, we knew it was time for a new architecture. We believe we now have the ability to deliver linear television over existing networks without the need for new construction."
"We are excited to continue innovation and develop our patent portfolio," said Jeremy Condon, Head of Engineering at Lyfe. "We've had tremendous success building our team this past year with talented developers who have surpassed our expectations. We are building for the future."
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