LogoVision Wireless/Movidity Expands Interactive Mobile Video Solutions for Java phones, Windows Mobile and iPhone

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LogoVision Wireless(LV)/Movidity, a leading developer of basic codec and mobile streaming technologies, providing specialized mobile user interactive control of transmission, display and content, has expanded its applications for java phones Nokia (NYSE:NOK), Sony Ericcson (NASDAQ:ERIC), Windows Mobile™ Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), and iPod Touch™ iPhone™ Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Samsung and LG java handsets are also supported.

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While most of the current demand for mobile multimedia content has been driven by the consumer market, we expect that the enterprise demand to view multimedia will increase as more enterprises expand their use of video applications and mobilize their employees.

The LV solution includes interactive mobile video dbms and UGC ("http://www.mymovy.com"), interactive enterprise mobile video (MMES), camera phone streaming (MC2) and large-scale interactive live stream MultiFeed, requiring only live feed addresses for television, personal, utility, commercial, or surveillance video.

The generic LV Player is an optimized, downloadable java midlet for java handsets, or native player filter for Windows and Apple handhelds, optimizing video decoding for embedded 3gp, Windows Mobile™ or Quicktime™. The LV Linux server technologies provide dynamic adaptive bitrate encoding of live or archived multimedia.

LV's technologies provide global mobile access through a unique, but non-proprietary, non-rtsp-protocol which is both 100% compatible with today's ipv4 Internet and future ipv6. MyMovy.com uses concepts of UGC for archived, live media and mobile video advertising. MyMovy.com content is searchable through tags, titles, Groups and corporate Portals. MMES includes MyMovy.com database, encoding, and mobile transmission. MC2 camera phone and MultiFeed pertain to volume and mobile video applications for live streaming. These applications require no mobile content authorship; mobile transcoding of existing multimedia content is automatic, and dynamic for broadcast and surveillance streaming, and bitrate optimized for edge, evdo, 3G and WIFI connected handhelds. http://www.logovisionwireless.com/LogovisionMovidityBrochure.doc.

"Over the next 5 years, we project growth rates of over 25 percent for specific categories of multimedia content, such as mobile video and music," said Sharon Ballard, Senior Analyst at Yankee Group. "While most of the current demand for mobile multimedia content has been driven by the consumer market, we expect that the enterprise demand to view multimedia will increase as more enterprises expand their use of video applications and mobilize their employees."

About Movidity/LogoVision Wireless Inc.

The LV multimedia system integrates software elements that perform instant transcoding, and transmission to mobile. LV leverages highly advanced mathematical algorithms for mobile video, and novel, but standard based transmission methods for video quality, audio and mobile interaction. Cross-compatible for GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, EVDO, WIFI, IPv4 and IPv6 networks. LV products are available to device manufacturers, service providers, entertainment broadcasters and corporations requiring mobile VOD. Movidity Inc (http://www.movidity.com) is the commercializing wing of LogoVision.

Movidity, Multimedia Mobility and Media Objects are registered trademarks of Movidity Inc.; MMES, MC2, MyMovy.com and MultiFeed use propriety processes and software developed by LogoVision Wireless Inc.

The iPhone™ and Windows Mobile™ and related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties and trademarks of Apple and Microsoft. All other brands, product names, company names, trademarks and service marks are the properties of their respective owners.

Release Summary:

LogoVision Wireless(LV)/Movidity, a leading developer of codec and mobile video streaming has expanded its applications for Nokia, Sony Ericcson java phones, Windows Mobile(TM) and iPhone(TM). Samsung and LG handsets are also supported.

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