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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Adobe Systems CTO Kevin Lynch is one of the forces behind the Open Screen Project, a collaboration of 20 companies working to bring rich content, like mobile applications and flash, to any screen. Adobe Flash currently reaches over 800 million devices and expects to reach one billion by 2009, he says.
Adobe announced the Open Screen Project in May, and the participating partners have worked to create applications that can work on any operating system, browser, network, or device. Partners include Intel, Nokia, Verizon Wireless, and Toshiba.
Andy sat down for a lengthy interview Lynch at the MIT Technology Review EmTech08 conference yesterday; this is the first of three video segments. Daryll K. Taft also published a Q & A with Lynch on eWeek today.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
Adaptive streaming, the technology which allows high quality streaming video to play properly over Internet connections of ranging connection speeds, has been a part of the big success of Move Networks, a Utah company which provides the online video platform for ABC Television and others. The quality is stunning. Here's my interview with Move CEO John Edwards.
Adobe, the preeminent player in online video streaming is making its own move into adaptive streaming, which it calls "dynamic" streaming. Microsoft, which has been working with Move, is expanding its use of adaptive streaming in its Silverlight rich media web plug-in.
Akamai, the global distributor of Internet data is working closely on adaptive streaming with both Adobe and Microsoft. Last week at the AlwaysOn conference in Manhattan, I spoke with Mike Afergan, CTO, about adaptive streaming and its implementation.
Akamai and Microsoft have been working on very cool HD video demo site called SmoothHD. We show some cutaways in our video, but you should visit the site.
Here's the HD demonstration site from Adobe and Akamai.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
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