Online video platform Brightcove unveiled the Brightcove Mobile Experience
for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Monday (Feb. 15) at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The solution delivers an optimized video viewing experience across smartphone
platforms running Flash Player, including Google Android, Symbian S60, Palm
webOS, Windows Mobile and Research in Motion BlackBerry.
Already companies like AOL, Atlantic
Records, The New York Times, Sun Media and the Weinstein Company are taking
advantage of the Brightcove Mobile Experience, according to the company.
The Brightcove Mobile Experience solution leverages Brightcove's cloud
transcoding capabilities to deliver mobile-ready H.264 encoded video from any
standard format source file.
"Flash Player 10.1 enables developers and content publishers to deliver
rich Web content and applications to mobile users regardless of the device or
platform they choose to use," said David Wadhwani, general manager and VP
of platform business at Adobe. "As one of the leading cloud-based online
video platforms, Brightcove is perfectly set up to help content providers
easily distribute their videos across Flash enabled mobile devices
The announcement delivers on Brightcove and Adobe's ongoing strategic alliance,
in April 2009.