MPAD Makes the Impossible Possible
MPAD Makes the Impossible Possible
  • Korea IT Times
  • 승인 2011.08.10 17:37
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At home, a mother is talking to her daughter long-distance. At an office, a group of workers are gathered around to communicate with their foreign business partners who are halfway around the world. At a hospital, a doctor is consulting with his or her overseas patients; physically challenged people are getting a message from a consultant on the other end. These scenes are typical ones that we are witnessing at times, but there are some untypical things about them; they are not at the same place. Then what is it that makes this possible Let's dig into it.

Of course, in the market, one can find hundreds of devices that bring people together with video calling functions. Yet, we are looking for something that means overcoming the mere definition of providing a video services; it means the specific functions that even attract professionals who are specialized in certain fields, not to mention the Average Joe.

 

The Next Big Thing: MPAD

Upgraded with high-end CPU 700MHz and DSP 500MHz, 512MB DRAM, over 1 GB NAND Memory, the new pad-type device MPAD is the next big thing in the industry.  Its 10.2" touch screen that supports a resolution of 1024x600, and it also has HDMI output. And here is the catch, Google's Android is running as the OS, as we have been juggling with this popular system for quite some time.  If you doubt it, go check your mobile phone or one of your friends', now it is time to have some fun with MPAD.  It offers web full browsing service with the Android web browser, HD quality conference calls, 30 frames per sec for one on one, with H.264 VGA resolution, for multi-video calls (up to 3 persons), a maximum of 25 frames at per sec with H.264 CIF resolution.  MPAD's HD player can process different codecs like H.264, MPEG4, AAC, MP3, WMA, AVI, ASF, and MP4.

 

Business Models

For MPAD, application fits widely, stretching from simple video telephony to many sophisticated business models; video-conferencing in which a number of people can communicate in real time, tele-medicine helps delivering medical feedbacks from doctors to target patients; E-learning is a remote learning tool for students, VRS( Video Relay Service), effective communication device for people who are either hearing or visually impaired. Also as a VRI(Video Remote Interpretation) tool, it can act as a translator at public places like hospital, hotel, government buildings etc., and based on broadband network, it secures and controls our home as Home Automation.

SBNTECH (www.sbn-tech.com) since 2004 has been focusing on developing and manufacturing IP video terminals and contributing to improving lives of the handicapped with their creations. CEO Mr. Steven Jang relates regarding his future vision "We will try to shape the world of humanized digital world that SBNTECH always dream. "

 

SBNTECH has been awarde as the KOTRA Seal of Excellence since 2010.


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