The PixSense PSP Platform for Mobile Media Sharing Goes Live in China
China-based user-generated content and entertainment site, Paiker, licenses and launches PixSense PSP platform for sharing mobile phone photos and videos
SANTA CLARA, CA ? August 12, 2008 ?PixSense, a global leader in multimedia and web convergence solutions for mobile operators, today announced the launching of its Preserve, Share, Publish (PSP) platform in China, under the Paiker.cn brand. A Chinese mobile user-generated content sharing and entertainment site, Paiker enables users on China Mobile?s network for automatic upload, to share and publish mobile photos and videos.
PixSense?s PSP technology powers Paiker users with the ability to instantly share full resolution mobile photo and videos, either from phone to phone, phone to web or web to phone. With one click, Paiker users can upload high-resolution multimedia content while PixSense?s patent-pending Bio-Compression? technology provides fast and cost efficient uploads.
Paiker also offers direct posting of mobile phone photos and videos from both the application on handsets and Paiker.cn website to a wide variety of social networking communities, including Sina Blog, Sohu Blog, MySpace China, YouTube and other web destinations.
Elaborating on the ease of use and the timely release of Paiker in conjunction with the Beijing Olympics, R. Paul Singh, president and CEO of PixSense notes, ?with the launch of Paiker it is now possible for users to share historic memories from the Olympics in near real-time, to anywhere in the world. Its adoption in a large mobile market such as China is a clear reference point that our technology is the most user-friendly, stable and innovative available.?
The Paiker service currently supports popular handsets from a variety of device manufacturers including Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, HTC and other mobile phones.
About PixSense PixSense is a global leader in mobile media sharing solutions. Deployed with leading mobile operators worldwide, Pixsense?s PSP? (preserve, share, publish) platform allows for easy sharing and distribution of mobile videos and images through camera phones. PixSense?s patent-pending Bio-Compression technology reduces media sizes up to 90% without compromising the quality of the media file. Users can share with friends and post media to popular social networks, including FaceBook, MySpace and Flickr with just a click of a button.
Founded in 2003, PixSense is headquartered in the U.S., with offices in China, India and Pakistan. For more information, please visit www.pixsense.com. The PixSense PSP Platform for Mobile Media Sharing Goes Live in China