StreamingMedia.com announced that this year’s Streaming Media East Exhibition and Conference will allow attendees to get hands-on with over 50 streaming video boxes, tablets, connected TVs and content platforms.
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Get Hands-On With More Than 50 Over-The-Top Video Devices and Content Platforms at Streaming Media East Show
Show attendees can try out all of these devices and platforms in action, at no charge
Streaming Media East 2012
MEDFORD, N.J.– StreamingMedia.com, a leading producer of news, information and events dedicated to the business, technology and content of online video, today announced that its 2012 Streaming Media East Exhibition and Conference will allow attendees to get hands-on with over 50 streaming video boxes, tablets, connected TVs, and content platforms in a dedicated device pavilion on the show floor. Attendees can compare these Over-The-Top (OTT) consumer video services side-by-side and get their questions answered, all for free.
The Broadband Device Pavilion is sponsored by Google and Encoding.com and will include the following devices and platforms:
Netflix, Hulu Plus, HBO GO, iTunes, VUDU, Zune Video, Amazon Prime Streaming, DISH/Blockbuster, Sony PlayStation Network, Google TV, MLB.TV, EPIX, UFC, ESPN, YouTube, OnLive and others.
Apple TV, Boxee Box (with Live TV dongle), Xbox 360 (with Kinect), Nintendo Wii, Roku XDS, Seagate GoFlex TV, Sony PS3, Sony SMP-N200, TiVo Premiere, ViewSonic NexTV, WD TV Live, WD TV Live Hub.
Amazon Kindle Fire, Apple iPad, B&N Nook Tablet, BlackBerry PlayBook, Dell Streak 7, HP TouchPad, HTC Flyer, Motorola Xyboard, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Sony Tablet S, Vizio Tablet, Lenovo IdeaPad K1, ASUS Transformer Prime, Acer Iconia Tab, Toshiba Thrive and 4G tablets from Verizon Wireless.
Smart TVs/Connected TV Platforms
Sony (BRAVIA Internet Video), Vizio (V.I.A.), LG (NetCast), Panasonic (Viera Connect), Philips (NetTV), Samsung Smart TV, Sharp (Aquos Net+), Toshiba (NetTV).
“Our Broadband Device Pavilion will provide the largest collection of broadband-enabled devices in one room where people can compare the devices and platforms side-by-side for the ultimate over-the-top video experience,” said Dan Rayburn, Conference Chairman & Executive Vice President, StreamingMedia.com. “Our attendees will be able to see differences in video quality and performance for themselves as they try out combinations of gaming consoles, stand-alone streaming boxes, smart TVs, connected Blu-ray players and tablets. And we will also staff the Pavilion during all show hours with experts who can answers questions about how all the devices and platforms work.”
Additional details on the Broadband Device Pavilion are available at: http://www.streamingmedia.com/conferences/East2012/DevicePavilion.aspx.
Register for Streaming Media East 2012 by phone: (800) 300-9868 or (609) 654-6266, or online at www.streamingmedia.com/conferences/East2012/.
Complimentary press registration is open to working journalists and analysts with commercial news organizations and research firms. This includes editors, reporters, freelance writers, producers, camera crews and still photographers. Press registration provides free access to all Streaming Media events and activities, except for the pre-conference workshops. Register online for FREE at http://secure.infotoday.com/forms/default.aspx?form=smpress.
Conference Chairman, Dan Rayburn, will be available to provide a personal walk-through of the Device Pavilion for registered press. Journalists and analysts may request a walk-through in the Additional Notes field on the online registration form: http://secure.infotoday.com/forms/default.aspx?form=smpress.
About StreamingMedia.com events
StreamingMedia.com’s conferences and expositions are the largest and most prestigious events in the world for the business of video and audio on the Internet. Bringing together leading companies and technologies, StreamingMedia.com events are the industry’s meeting place for streaming media professionals who want to learn, network and make business deals. Executives and technology decisionmakers from all over the world have attended these annual events in New York, California and London. Focused on the “business” of streaming media in the Media & Entertainment, Enterprise, Education and Broadcast sectors, they are the industry’s leading forum bringing together digital media experts and professionals in order to exchange ideas, strategies and success stories. The shows provide an interactive exhibit floor enabling vendors to exhibit their products and solutions to businesses and organizations looking to incorporate streaming media enterprise solutions into their infrastructure.