Qualcomm Adds Windows Media To New Chipsets
Sep 23, 2004, 7:26 PM by (staff)
Qualcomm today announced that its upcoming 3G chipsets will include embedded support for decoding and playing Microsoft Windows Media audio and video, including live streaming content. The functionality will be part of Qualcomm's Qtv™ solution, which already supports the MPEG-4 / H.263 (3GPP / 3GPP2) formats. Qtv allows phone manufacturers to add video functionality to their mobile devices quickly and affordably, without additional hardware.
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