1 /PRNewswire/ -- Reaffirming its commitment to interoperability and the development of standards in the worldwide multimedia industry, Emblaze Systems (LSE: BLZ) today announced that Adi Plaut, an Emblaze Systems Multimedia Interoperability Streaming Specialist, was elected to chair the newly-formed Packet Switched Streaming Activity Group (PSSAG) of the International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC).
What does PSSAG stand for?
PSSAG stands for Packet Switched Streaming Activity Group
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Testing these specifications is a great factor in launching services based on advanced technologies," said Amir Wolf, chairman of the Packet Switched Streaming Activity Group.
The industry has made some significant advancements in 2003 by proving that the technology required for wireless multimedia services not only exists, but works flawlessly at test sessions organized by the Packet Switched Streaming Activity Group of the Consortium, where wireless products under development from different vendors and network providers were successfully connected in a real 3GPP environment.