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Even Technologies Announces Deal with IP Media Services, to Launch Online Media Service Using PSI_V Smart Compression

Posted by Sachin Garg on 24th September 2005 | Permanent Link

In a press release, Even Technologies Announces Deal with IP Media Services, to Launch Online Media Service Using PSI_V Smart Compression

The website will use Even’s PSI(TM) video compression to deliver full-screen video entertainment over the Internet. IP Media Services plans to launch this new service in November 2005. The market for these services is estimated by Informa to be USD$10 billion by 2007.

Under the terms of the agreement, Even holds a 25% equity in IP Media Services and will also earn a 10% license royalty on IP Media Services’ gross revenues. The licenses have been granted in four renewable terms of three years.

3 Responses to “Even Technologies Announces Deal with IP Media Services, to Launch Online Media Service Using PSI_V Smart Compression”

  1. Stephen John Says:

    Hi Sachin,

    Many thanks for your interest in our work here at IP Media Services, juts to give you an update and an exclusive, IP Media has just completed work with NTT/Verio and has just began testing the deployment network for
    The target date (subject to completion of network tests is mid November 05.

    A test site is currently operational with a very limited number of both streaming and progressive downloads are available for tests. If you would like access to this site, please write for URL details and user name and password access details.

    Steve John
    CEO IP Media Services Ltd

  2. DVD quality video over the internet, Says:

    [...] I got a chance to preview one of their demo servers back in October 2005 when Steve John, CEO IP Media Services left a comment at a story here at c10n. Although things were a bit flaky back then (as can be expected from any still-under-development system), I must admit that the video quality was impressive, even on my modest connection. [...]

  3. Steve John Says:

    Hi there,

    Just to let you know, we have now completed our testing and IP Media has now launched our new corporate website, There are a number of examples of video content available for viewing, please log in and we would like to receive any feedback (good and Bad) as that would be most helpful.
    Steve John