Press for Software, Systems and Services
Portland-based Elemental Technologies, the developer of massively parallel video processing technology that its venture backed by Steamboat Ventures, Disney's venture capital arm, as well as General Catalyst, Voyager Capital, and angel investors, said Thursday that it is demonstrating 3D streaming at an upcoming conference. The firm said it is showing off its technology as part of demonstrations with Hewlett Packard and PNY/NVIDIA at the upcoming International Broadcasting Convention. The firm said the demos include a demonstration of its products processing live video streams for 3D display output, eliminating traditional hardware required for the task. Elemental is applying the use of off the shelf, graphical processing units to provide massively parallel trancoding of videos. The firm recently inked a $7.5M funding round for its technology in July.
ViewCast Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: VCST), a developer of industry-leading solutions for the transformation, management and delivery of digital media over enterprise, broadband, and mobile networks, today unveiled a new feature for its ViewCast Media Platform (VMp™) that will enable VMp users to automate the distribution of video content to Brightcove's leading cloud-based, online video platform. The integration with Brightcove ensures that users can quickly and easily transfer video content from VMp to the Brightcove platform with minimal manual administration, dramatically streamlining content distribution workflows.
Customers of the ViewCast Media Platform (VMp), used for enterprise video distribution, are now able to automate media circulation with Brightcove's online video platform. Brightcove has been integrated into VMp, letting users transfer content more easily and simplify their distribution workflow.
Demandware, Inc., the global leader in on-demand ecommerce, today announced that neckermann.de GmbH, one of the leading multi-channel retailers in Europe with revenue exceeding euro 1 billion, has commissioned Demandware to expand its German ecommerce platform. In 2009 neckermann.de successfully re-launched its German Online Shop, www.neckermann.de, based on the Demandware® eCommerce platform.