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Samsung Smart TVs with adaptive video acceleration
Mark Peters : August 17th 2014 - 09:35 CET
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SamsungSamsung Smart TV with video acceleration technology : Giraffic announced that Samsung Electronics has selected its technology to enhance HD Streaming on 2014 Smart TVs and Samsung BluRay players. Giraffic is the pioneer of Adaptive Video Acceleration, a technology that virtually eliminates re-buffering for a reliable, high quality, streaming media experience over any Internet connection. Device manufacturers and OTT service providers can use AVA for all HTTP-based playback and rich media downloads. With accelerated performance measured by Samsung, Giraffic and Samsung have set to resolve one of the content industry’s most pressing problems, including buffering interruptions, suboptimal video resolution and inconsistent quality-of-service for HD video streaming.

Adaptive video accelerator

Adaptive Video Accelerator
Giraffic’s Adaptive Video Accelerator is a client-side only software solution without any server-side integration, and is agnostic to the content source. It accelerates content that is streamed or downloaded to the device’s native video player without any further integration or implementation required by the content provider. Adaptive Video Accelerator provides a better streaming experience by analyzing throughput and maximizing TCP bandwidth utilization, intelligently managing and monitoring downloads on the device from almost any standard HTTP-based content source, and by monitoring and shaping playback.

Samsung Smart TVs

Samsung Smart TVs
Giraffic’s AVA enables device manufacturers and OTT providers to boost the video streaming performance over any Internet connection. Supported on all major operating systems, and compatible with all HTTP-based streaming protocols including HLS, MPEG-DASH and Smooth Streaming, the technology can run on any device, including IP set-top boxes, smart TVs, smartphones and tablets. Giraffic’s Adaptive Video Accelerator technology is currently available on 2014 Samsung Smart TVs and BluRay players.

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