Tokyo, Nov. 13, 2012─Ubitus Inc., the leading cloud-enabled rich media solution provider, has led the deployment of Ubitus Transmedia Cloud (UTC) on Photo Collection™ (http://www.nttdocomo.co.jp/service/entertainment/photo_collection/), NTT DOCOMO’s latest cloud service for intelligent multimedia content management.
With the Photo Collection™ service powered by UTC, which offers the most effective transcoding technology, DOCOMO subscribers can either upload photos and videos to the cloud directly from their android devices, PCs, and digital cameras, or import them from other third-party content managers or producers, such as Eye-Fi, Evernote, and HighCam without the need to care the codecs (e.g. 3GPP, MP4, AVI, MOV and AVCHD, etc.) support of those receiving android devices. Otayori-Photo Panels can extra work as a superior viewer to enjoy the after-edited videos and photos.
UTC is an on-demand transcoding and delivery solution with on-the-fly codec conversion engine to transcode any media contents to work on different devices perfectly regardless of their computing power, resolutions and codec supports. With the incorporation of server federation support in the UTC architecture, carriers can scale UTC in their preferred third party CaaS (computing-as-a-service) infrastructure easily.
“Ubitus commits to provide superior technology to enrich consumers’ social media experience. The commencement of NTT DOCOMO Photo Collection™ reveals a more integrated and interactive access to easily manage and share our daily memories. Ubitus has partnered with DOCOMO for years and will keep driving Ubitus Transmedia Cloud to unleash more cross-platform cloud experiences.” said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus.
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader in deploying Cloud-enabled rich media services, offers innovative cloud computing solutions for device manufacturers, wired/wireless communication service providers, telecommunication operators and digital content developers. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company now has 180 employees and six offices in Tokyo, Beijing, Guangzhou, Seoul, Nanjing and San Francisco.