Live Two-Way Video Telephony

Video Calling on Nokia 6680 and TV Broadcast to Mobile Devices Highlight 3GSM World Congress. PacketVideo sets the tone for wireless in 2005 as it demonstrates two leading-edge technologies during the 3GSM show this week. According to this small but influential company, two-way video telephony and mobile TV will be hot wireless services in 2005.

PacketVideo is demonstrating its commercially deployed video telephony software, which comes pre-loaded in the new Nokia 6680, as well as the Nokia 6630 and Motorola a925 mobile phones. The software provides the ability to conduct synchronous, two-way voice and video conversations with video conferencing, picture-in-picture and call recording options.

Company representatives are also demonstrating live digital TV broadcasts to mobile devices in conjunction with French semiconductor supplier DiBcom. Mobile TV, a new wireless phenomenon based on the DVB-H standard (Digital Video Broadcast-Handsets), is widely heralded as the next breakthrough in multimedia content delivery, and is being developed by all major handset OEMs and carriers.

“2005 is the year of mobile media,” declared Dr. James Brailean, CEO of PacketVideo. “3G mobile networks are being rolled out all over the world, and they were built for multimedia. New video-on-demand, mobile TV, music-on-demand and music download, plus two-way video calling services are riding the wave of the new networks. It’s an exciting time to be in wireless.” -0-

PacketVideo Two-Way Video Telephony on Nokia 6680 Mobile Phones:

When: Monday-Thursday during show hours

Where: Symbian: Stand B11, Hall 1 at 3GSM World Congress

pv2Way(TM) Demo Features: — Demonstrated interoperability testing — Fast connect time — MPEG-4, H.263 — GSM-AMR — Up to 15 frames per second audio and video — Picture in picture — Self preview mode — Video and audio controls — Extensively tested interoperable video conferencing solution — Modular software architecture with video telephony components to help customers port to different hardware and software environments — Flexible to allow developers and handset vendors to integrate new features and input sources — Video communication over 3G W-CDMA/UMTS networks

PacketVideo DVB-H Mobile TV Broadcast to Wireless Devices:

When: Monday-Thursday during show hours

Where: DiBcom: Stand J23, Hall 3 at 3GSM World Congress

DVB-H Demo Features: — DVB-H digital TV broadcast for mobile phones at 24 frames per second — DiBcom — DIB7000-H world’s first single-chip DVB-H receiver — PacketVideo — OMAP2 application processor platform and optimized multimedia software

PacketVideo is also demonstrating many other PV-powered handsets at the PacketVideo 3GSM Stand L22, Hall 4.

About PacketVideo

PacketVideo is the number one supplier of embedded multimedia communications software for mobile phones, with more than 60 design wins and 17 million handsets shipped in 2004. The company’s software enables mobile phones to take digital pictures, record home movies, play back digital music and videos, and make two-way videophone calls. PacketVideo’s global leadership is proven by unrivaled relationships with mobile operators, dominance in design wins, and the millions of PacketVideo-powered multimedia phones in the market. PacketVideo was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego More information can be found at


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