StreamTrack today announced the release of its upgraded UniversalPlayer™. The new platform represents a major step forward in its technology. This advancement includes performance optimizations, display improvements, and functional upgrades to support the scalability of up to 250,000 concurrent listeners.
Performance optimizations include faster loading time, CDN support, improved caching optimization, and a smaller footprint with smoother execution. Furthermore, stations can now pick between 11 different new themes to customize the look and feel of their player. Functionally, new stream formats supported now include: AAC, AAC+, RTMP, HDS, and HLS. Improvements to optimize flash functionality were also implemented.
StreamTrack CEO Michael Hill stated, "I am very proud of our team for developing such a powerful and innovative product. We have been working on this UniversalPlayer™ for over 6 months, and to see the finished product work so efficiently is a great accomplishment. We are continually trying to improve our Platform and this release demonstrates this. To support our projected increase in listeners, completing this UniversalPlayer™ was required."
"We are now ready to go to scale with our proven business model: decreasing expense for broadcasters while increasing revenue for everyone in the supply and demand chain," added Hill. "With the new UniversalPlayer™ being deployed at scale along with our patent-pending instream video ad insertion model, the future looks bright."
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