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Apple’s Xserve G5 QuickTime Certified for Sprint’s PCS Vision Multimedia Services

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Sprint and Apple today announced that Apple’s Xserve G5 and QuickTime software have been certified as mobile multimedia delivery platforms for Sprint’s new PCS Vision Multimedia Services.

The technology enables professional content service providers to deliver streaming audio and video clips to Sprint customers. The streams are available to customers using recently announced Sprint Vision Multimedia Services.

“Sprint is the market leader in mobile video services in the US,” said Jeff Hallock, Sprint’s vice president of Product Marketing and Strategy. “We are excited to certify Apple’s world-class mobile multimedia platform and make it available to our professional content providers.”

“We are thrilled to work closely with Sprint on next generation mobile media services,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “The combination of Xserve G5 and QuickTime’s standards-based multimedia architecture gives Sprint’s content partners powerful tools to create and deliver professional content.”

Sprint’s PCS Vision Multimedia Service offers streaming video and audio content anywhere on the enhanced Sprint Nationwide PCS Network from familiar sources such as CNN, NBC Universal, FOX Sports, The Weather Channel, E! Entertainment, mFlix, Twentieth Century Fox, AccuWeather and 1KTV. In addition, Sprint’s PCS Video Messaging Service enables customers to easily capture, view and store 15-second video clips by using QuickTime as the exclusive desktop player.

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Apple’s Xserve G5 QuickTime Certified for Sprint’s PCS Vision Multimedia Services
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