Nokia partner signs deal with Microsoft

The Finland based video streaming developer, Oplayo has announced that they will develop a mobile phone video player using Microsoft Windows Media 9 Series. For the first time, video clips using Windows Media 9 Series will be able to be watched on the latest mass market phones.

Oplayo's mass market mobile video player 'OplayerJV' and various automated encoding products will adopt Windows Media 9 Series and a number of new products will be released including; Oplayo/Windows 2003 Enterprise Server Plug-In, Oplayo Playlist Generator, Encoding Tools, Media Players for mass market handsets. Video content in Windows Media 9 Series will be able to be viewed on an estimated 50 million colour screen phones that will have been sold by the end of Q3 2003.

"With Oplayo's ability to deliver streaming video and audio to millions of handsets, content owners can new reach new audiences with the high-quality of Windows Media 9 Series to provide consumers with a great media playback experience," said Jonathan Usher, director, Windows Digital Media Division at Microsoft Corp.

Nokia is an investor in Oplayo.

News source: Bink

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