Mirial ClearSea Adds H.264 Support on Mobile Devices up to qHD Resolution

June 16, 2011

MILAN, June 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ –

Mirial announces that ClearSea supports H.264up to qHD also on mobile
devices, leveraging on the hardware-based decoding capabilities of the
mobile CPU.

The support in ClearSea for H.264 up to qHD is available on most
Tegra2-based devices, such as HTC Sensation, the Motorola Atrix 4G, the Dell
Streak 7 and many others, with qHD (960×540 pixels) being the native
resolution of the most advanced smarphones available today. The majority of
Android devices can still enjoy H264 high quality video codec up to CIF
resolution in ClearSea.

“Leveraging on the hardware-based encoding and decoding capabilities of
the mobile devices is the only way to get the astonishing quality provided
by ClearSea on smartphones and tablets” said Cristoforo Mione, VP Sales and
Marketing for Mirial “and this is possible only by adopting standard-based
codecs such as H.264, that are natively supported by CPU manufacturers.”

ClearSea is the only professional personal video conferencing solution
including a software client enabling organization to seamlessly connect Pc,
Mac, Android or iOS devices and any standards-based H.323/SIP equipment,
such as videoconferencing room systems.

ClearSea for Android, as well as for iOS, Windows and Mac, is available
today as a service or as an on-premises solution. For further information
visit http://www.mirial.com.

About Mirial

Mirial is a pioneer in software-only personal video conferencing since
1999. The company portfolio includes a comprehensive set of products
enabling interactive audio/video services on any network and professional,
standards-based HD video conferencing on any device. Mirial products and
solutions are available at the company’s sales representatives and partners
worldwide. For further information: http://www.mirial.com

        Name : Chiara Menesatti
        Phone number : +39(02)26627811
        Email address : press@mirial.com

SOURCE Mirial s.u.r.l.

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