The Video Codec was licensed from ESPRE
by GIPS in 2006, but the license is limited to real-time (live) video chat.
Solutions uses its own proprietary codec and its own JAVA player and encoder technology to ensure maximum video compression with super video quality.
In June 2007, ESPRE
entered into a non-competitive license agreement with OpenACircle.
This package is delivered through the ESPRE
playerless player, which requires no video downloading.
The solution provided by MDS and ESPRE
has the perfect balance of superior quality at low bandwidths and works on Macs and PCs.
With these institutions providing both content and a devoted audience, we see immense opportunities," says ESPRE
CEO Pete Ianace.
REVENUE: To date, ESPRE
has received $800,000 in license fees from MDS.
Propelled by strong demand for mobile video applications by customers, ESPRE
and Anyware are researching ways to deliver applications for its customers to move their online video services to the mobile platform.
Plano, Texas-based ESPRE
Solutions, a public company (OTC Pink Sheets: EPRT) and groundbreaking media collaboration solutions provider, fulfills the promise of TV-quality streaming video over the Internet--even at dial-up speeds as low as 28Kbps.
will be the lead technology provider and be responsible for developing first-to-market, customized video solutions with functionality specifically designed with high school film students in mind.
This month ESPRE
posted another good revenue month with over $400,000 in revenue.
In April, ESPRE
continues to demonstrate significant support and demand for these new API solutions with the announcement of a major License Agreement for the online publishing and classifieds markets with Media Distribution Solutions, LLC (MDS), and, another License Agreement with an award-winning provider of On-Demand IP communications services, Pandora Networks.