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KT-Tech Awards

NOKIA Silicon Valley Open Innovation Challenge

  

June 26, 2014: Nokia announces that KT-Tech has been selected as a Demo Spot Winner 


  

"Congratulations to KT-Tech for winning a demo spot in Nokia’s 2014 Silicon Valley Open Innovation Challenge.  

The challenge received nearly 90 submissions, and 

KT-Tech was voted by a diverse jury as one of the Top 15 innovations after going through multiple rounds of evaluation,” said David Letterman, Head of Ecosystem Development Strategy, Nokia Networks. 


“At the grand finale event on July 2, 2014, KT-Tech demonstrated its ‘Virtual Bandwidth’ technology which enables live video at extremely low bandwidths, including video over 1 kbps. Nokia believes KT-Tech’s solution is highly impressive and opens the door to opportunities previously not possible over low or constrained bandwidth wireless connections.”


 View Nokia’s KT-Tech Demo Spot Winner Video 

 www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVFaij_6CIg




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World's First Demonstration of Ultra-Narrowband Video

Breakthrough Results as Cited by Nokia (Section above)

World’s First Successful Demonstration of Ultra-Narrowband Video

KT-Tech Video at Unprecedented 1kbps (1 kilobit per second) over IRIDIUM Satellite Network

Example 1 of still images from the Iridium 1 kbps video demonstration

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IPhone Stopwatch

Example 2 of still images from the Iridium 1 kbps video demonstration

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Man Walking

Example 3 of still images from the Iridium 1 kbps video demonstration

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Car (Sedan) Moving

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KT-Tech Awards

Intel: KT-Tech's Software Chosen for Intel's AppUp Center Launch

KTVid : KT-Tech’s Real-Time Two-Way Video & Voice Software Application for Secure Mobile Narrowband-to-Broadband Communications

  

KT-Tech’s KTVid was tested, validated and chosen by Intel 

to be one of the first 100 applications included in their Intel AppUp Center, the first software application storefront aimed at Intel Atom Processor-based netbook computers


In the screen capture above, KT-Tech's Real-Time Two-Way Video & Voice Software KTVid shows a combined Video and Audio bandwidth of less than 50 kbps (less than dial-up) - and 1/6 the bandwidth of other video chat applications