Jargon Technologies launches JargonTalk™

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JargonTalk is a powerful cross-platform API that allows discovery and communication over a local network

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In addition to streamlining development of multi-screen apps, JargonTalk™ enables discovery and use of services available on the network, such as printers, cameras and other devices.

Jargon Technologies announced the launch of JargonTalk, a cross-platform technology that enables advanced interactive applications which run on a multitude of devices. Building on their years of successful framework development and leveraging the proliferation of WiFi enabled devices, engineers at Jargon have architected JargonTalk to simplify entertainment app creation.

JargonTalk is a response to an enormous demand for interconnected apps running on multiple platforms and devices. Co-Founder and CEO Bhanu Srikanth states, "Consumers are demanding a richer experience for their entertainment. For the industry to meet these demands, content creators need to be able to rapidly develop interactive applications that work on all sorts of devices."

Creating such interactive features is often challenging, due to competing platforms such as iOS and Android, as well as the plethora of devices available on each platform. Combining mobile functionality with Blu-ray applications or other Set-Top Box platforms requires a deep understanding of underlying firmware, operating systems, and network protocols.

"What we have done with JargonTalk is built a robust abstraction layer, alleviating these complexities, so developers can focus on the creative content and user experience,” said Srikanth. “In addition to streamlining development of multi-screen apps, JargonTalk enables discovery and use of services available on the network, such as printers, cameras and other devices. JargonTalk makes it easy to add social media integration and content sharing to apps on devices that may not have built-in web browsing capability. This technology has already been field tested, as demonstrated at the BluTech summit."

Over the past year, Jargon has used this technology internally for building applications for their studio clients. Jargon is now pleased to provide JargonTalk as a product for all. “The early response from our licensees is truly exciting," comments Srikanth.

JargonTalk is now available for licensing to select partners, with general availability expected in the New Year.

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