nexplayerdevicebigPRESS RELEASE

NexStreaming, known for NexPlayer, the leading HLS mobile player SDK solving the device fragmentation in the mobile video industry, announced today the expansion of its staff in the European office (Madrid, Spain). The goal is to better react to the growing number of customers demanding NexPlayer SDK. The plans include to double the number of engineers in the European facilities.



‘’We develop the technologies of tomorrow so that our customers can deliver high quality video services to millions of users worldwide and for any device”, commented Carlos Lucas, VP of NexStreaming. ‘’Our team in Spain provides outstanding support and by increasing our staff number we make sure that we can continue our company growth and that we will be able to support our customers in a better way every day.
The team is also enforcing our key partnerships with complementing technologies, generating continuously new value propositions for our customers”.

Some weeks ago, NexStreaming announced the release of an updated version of NexPlayer SDK for Android, supporting among others the new Nexus Player and Android Lollipop 5. All this was delivered to NexPlayer customers even before Lollipop was officially released to the public. This is aligned with the leading time to market of the company, which provides also the Player SDK for iOS, Windows Phone 8 and Amazon TV. NexPlayer is also well known for being very easy to integrate into any mobile application and compatible with any DRM solution.

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Created: Thursday, 04 December 2014 12:29

PRESS RELEASE

A new version of the NexPlayer SDK, the leading HLS mobile player SDK, was just released by NexStreaming (KOSDAQ:139670) supporting the Nexus Player, Google’s new media box bringing high quality videos to the living room. NexStreaming confirms its status as leader in the industry by offering the first SDK fully supporting the new version of Android (Lollipop 5.0) before release after already being a pioneer in solving device fragmentation by enabling HLS streaming services to Windows Phone 8, Windows RT applications and the Amazon Fire TV.

Created: Thursday, 27 November 2014 12:29

Supported by NexPlayer

The NexPlayer SDK is now available for Nexus Player by Google. Curious? Download our demo now!

Created: Tuesday, 18 November 2014 04:18

Due to the introduction of the Google Nexus and the popularity of the Amazon Fire TV and the Apple TV, SetTopBoxes slowly are starting to show up in the living room providing direct access to a huge library of video content. Physical media are history, a SetTopBox gets all your favourite shows, home videos and movies on your big screen with the click of a button on your remote.

At NexStreaming we are all very enthusiastic; the latest advances in the industry show the introduction of small and powerful devices, offered at good prices, providing access to HBO Go, local media, Netflix and other channels. Let us take you through today’s most popular boxes…

Created: Wednesday, 12 November 2014 19:04

It's been a great week in Miami, where we headed to Edge 2014, the congress of our partner Akamai. It was a chance to enjoy the Florida weather while also having many successful meetings. Expect exciting news!

Created: Wednesday, 08 October 2014 19:04

PRESS RELEASE
IBC Amsterdam 2014

MADRID--(BUSINESS WIRE)--During the last IBC trade show in Amsterdam, the NexPlayer, leading HLS mobile player SDK, was showcased at booth number 5.C04. The company NexStreaming (KOSDAQ:139670) participated with an impressive booth where they demonstrated the NexPlayer running on different supported platforms: Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 RT, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV. The player is compatible with all the leading DRM technologies in the industry. Moreover, it can be combined with other complementing technologies such as advertisement insertion, audience measurements or audio enhancements.

Created: Tuesday, 30 September 2014 12:29

NexPlayer is the leading HLS Player SDK for Android. Now supporting several multiscreen platforms and new streaming and DRM formats with 360 video capabilities