6strimStrim is a white label solution that is ideal for anyone looking to launch a multi-screen streaming service. The solution provides a fully-managed and hosted video and music streaming service that enables broadcasters, content providers and mobile operators to quickly roll out compelling streaming services without the usual upfront costs and risk.

Utilising the Vidiator Xenon™ platform, Strim can stream both live and on-demand content to the end user. The service is extremely scalable and extra investment can be made as and when it is needed.

The market leading Xenon™ End-to-End Solution enables high quality encoding and streaming to any screen including mobiles, tablets and PCs, besides even offering both live and on-demand content.

The first iteration of Strim in Indonesia went from concept to launch in only 6 months. Now that the platform is up and running, new customers will be able to add Strim to their service in an even shorter time frame. This quick time to market allows users to launch their service in a rapid manner, and to start generating a positive ROI in a timely fashion.

Strim comes equipped with a fully integrated CMS, billing integration and reporting functionalities. It has a uniquely designed native application interface for Android powered smartphones which optimizes the user experience not only by providing a fluid user interface, but also advanced features including customisable playlists and social media integration for sharing content.

Vidiator‘s Dynamic Bitrate Adaptation (DBA) technology, allows end users to experience uninterrupted viewing of their favourite movies and TV shows, regardless of the bandwidth available to them.

The fully-managed and hosted video streaming service Strim™ features as a pre-loaded app on a new range of tablets and modems from Indonesian consumer electronics brand Cyrus. The Cyrus GamePad HoneyTV and Cyrus GamePad Lily Android tablets and the Modem Cyrus 21MBps were the world’s first consumer devices to feature Strim. Pre-announced at CommunicAsia earlier this year, Strim was developed in partnership with Indonesian telecommunications company Mitra Komunikasi Nusantara (MKN) that enables broadcasters, content providers and mobile operators to quickly roll out compelling streaming services without the usual upfront costs and risk.

Tae Sung Park, CEO of Vidiator comments: “We’re delighted that Cyrus has recognised Strim’s value-add as a low risk route to capitalising on the clear appetite for music and video streaming services in Asia Pacific. Strim is a great example of Vidiator’s End-to-End Solution covering everything from encoding and streaming software, content sourcing, billing software, revenue models and user experience. This fully hosted and scalable service gives content providers a very quick, low risk route to accessing the mobile internet market allowing them to leap ahead of the competition and win valuable market share. This lucrative opportunity to showcase Strim to consumers as a pre-loaded app on Cyrus’ latest devices will help drive early consumer pick up ahead of Strim’s official launch later this month.”

Strim is an advanced multimedia companion with a constantly growing catalogue of music and video content including MTV, live TV, full-length movies on demand, trailers and exclusive Korean entertainment content. Editorial playlists allow users to easily discover new songs and videos and play the content quickly and effortlessly. Facebook and Twitter integration also allows users to share their favourite songs, discover what others are watching and enjoy a social experience. Accessible via a dedicated Android app, Web and WAP portal and Powered by Vidiator®, Strim offers the highest quality, clear and uninterrupted video streaming and sound, with hardly any buffering, for a most advanced and enjoyable user experience.

Strim is currently available to consumers in Indonesia and can be downloaded from Google Play to any mobile phone and tablet running on Android OS, besides being accessible via a WAP portal with any standard 3GPP mobile phone.

By MediaBUZZ