Digital TV News: Sorenson Media

Samsung Licenses Sorenson Spark for Playback of Internet Video on Mobile Devices
Feb 16, 2010 – Sorenson Media has announced that Samsung Electronics has licensed the Sorenson Spark video codec. Samsung will integrate the Sorenson Spark decoder into its mobile phones sold in South Korea and China.
News categories: Sorenson, Samsung, Media Player, Mobile, OTT, Silicon IP

Chips&Media Licenses Sorenson Spark Video Decoder
Aug 24, 2009 – Sorenson Media has announced that Chips&Media has licensed the Sorenson Spark Software Developers Kit (SDK) to include the Sorenson Spark video decoder in Chips&Media's optimized video IP.
News categories: Sorenson Media, Chips&Media, Licensing, Media Player, OTT, Semiconductor, Silicon IP

Imagination Technologies to Include Sorenson Spark Decoder in its Video Cores
Jun 15, 2009 – Imagination Technologies (LSE:IMG) and Sorenson Media have announced that Imagination will include Sorenson Media's Sorenson Spark video decoder in future versions of its line of advanced POWERVR™ VXD video decoder IP cores.
News categories: Sorenson Media, Imagination Technologies, OTT, Semiconductor, Silicon IP

Ittiam and NXP Semiconductors License Sorenson Spark Video Decoder
Jun 2, 2009 – Sorenson Media has announced that Ittiam and NXP Semiconductors have licensed the Sorenson Spark decoder to enable Internet video on consumer electronic devices, including mobile phones, mobile computing devices, set-top boxes and connected TVs.
News categories: Sorenson Media, Ittiam, NXP, Digital TV, Media Player, Mobile, OTT, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV

Sorenson Spark Video Decoder Licensed by Qualcomm for Mobile Video
Apr 29, 2009 – Sorenson Media has announced that its Sorenson Spark video decoder has been licensed by Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) for chipsets targeted at the next generation of multimedia-rich mobile phones, mobile computing devices, and other consumer products.
News categories: Sorenson, Qualcomm, Digital TV, Licensing, Media Player, Mobile, OTT, Semiconductor