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Fast photo transfer for cellular phones
Ralf Jurrien : February 14th 2007 - 23:10 CET
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FotoNationFast photo transfer for cellular phones : FotoNation, a world-leading embedded imaging and connectivity solutions company, announced FotoNation MTP-IP for mobile phones, which allows users to transfer large photos, movies, and audio files from mobile phones at speeds of up to 10 times faster than Bluetooth. For example, with FotoNation MTP-IP for mobile phones, a 3 Megapixel mobile phone photo can be transferred to another mobile phone, a computer using Windows Vista, or other device at speeds of 0.3 seconds or less. Once started in MTP-IP mode, the phone will appear to the Windows Vista or XP desktop as a directly attached device, allowing the built in operating system software to access, transfer and/or synchronize its contents.
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With mobile phone users increasingly sending and receiving larger and larger files for sharing photos, video and music, FotoNation MTP-IP for mobile phones is an essential component for the wireless transfer of personal media. FotoNation’s MTP-IP responder implementation is available for WiFi enabled mobile phones, digital cameras, PDAs, GPS devices, storage devices, printers, and other peripherals. MTP-IP for mobile phones can be used with a large number of mobile phones, computer operating systems and platforms, supporting connections to multiple devices at the same time.

FotoNation MTP-IP
FotoNation will be demonstrating the MTP-IP for mobile phones technology at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) tradeshow. The technology will be shown using a Nokia N80 and N93 dual mode mobile phone with the standard Windows Vista operating system, with no need for additional drivers.

About MTP & PTP - Picture Transfer Protocol
Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) manages content on portable devices with storage. It is based on Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP), and can be implemented to be fully compatible with that protocol. FotoNation initiated and lead the development of the PTP standard, allowing devices to inter-operate using USB. FotoNation has also developed the PTP-IP protocol which has recently been standardized by the Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) and become the basis for MTP-IP.

About FotoNation
FotoNation is a world-leading independent provider of embedded imaging and communication solutions for the digital camera industry. The company’s extensive portfolio of patented innovations includes in-camera red-eye removal technology, wireless connectivity, and face-recognition software. Over 50 million digital cameras have been shipped with licensed FotoNation Red-Eye detection and correction technology. FotoNation develops innovative solutions, patents, and products to enhance, extend, and simplify the picture taking and sharing experience. Clients include AOL, Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Kodak, Microsoft, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung, Sanyo, and Sony, among others.

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