Lanoka Harbor, NJ (PRWEB) July 6, 2006
CoreCodec, Inc., an emerging leader in Audio and Video software technology, announced today the licensing of the Focusbyte ‘Tuny Engine’ to drive the CoreCodec synthesizer offering in its upcoming next generation ubiquitous CorePlayer Multimedia Framework.
"The Tuny Engine was a natural selection for CoreCodec. Focusbyte’s convergence goals mirror our own, to deliver a superior multimedia playback solution on every platform." said Dan Marlin, President and CEO of CoreCodec, Inc., “This will benefit both our CorePlayer end consumers and OEM licensees.
"We are delighted to be partnering with CoreCodec”, said William Qiu, founder of Focusbyte. "By CoreCodec adding the Tuny Engine as a part of its multimedia solutions offering, it will enable a wide range of users to experience high-fidelity MIDI music and ringtones."
CoreCodec's CorePlayer™ Mobile will soon offer a complete handheld solution that includes H.264/CoreAVC for Digital TV playback on mobile devices in a turnkey portable media player solution for OEMs, ODMs, and brand vendors. CorePlayer Mobile is optimized for many hardware platforms such as Intel XScale, ARM, and Freescale processors. CorePlayer Mobile runs on Windows Mobile, CE, UMPC, Symbian, Linux, Palm, and Java operating systems.
CoreCodec, Inc. (http://www.corecodec.com) is emerging as a world leader in the Audio and Video convergence arena. With more then 50 million users worldwide using CoreCodec’s award winning applications bundled with the corporate foresight in trends and the technical expertise to create the technology and products, sets CoreCodec apart in the industry as being the ones to watch.
Focusbyte (http://www.focusbyte.com) is a software solution provider for mobile games and multimedia applications. Focusbyte licenses Tuny Engine, a cross-platform real-time audio system, for mobile game developers – enabling them to rapidly develop rich 2D/3D sound effects and high quality music in mobile games, and deliver the content with file sizes that are small enough to download via OTA.
Note to editors: If you are interested in viewing additional information on CoreCodec, please visit the CoreCodec Corporate site at http://www.corecodec.net/ . For additional assistance, journalists may contact Dan Marlin at 609-335-4752
CoreCodec®, CoreAVC™, CorePlayer™ are trademarks of CoreCodec, Inc. Any other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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