About Ituner Networks Corporation
Ituner Networks Corporation is a privately owned Corporation, located in Silicon Valley, California. Ituner Networks Corporation (formerly known as Ituner Internet Broadcasting Services, founded in 1995) has private investors from the U.S. and Europe.
Ituner Networks offers Class A Telco/Broadcast facilities, currently operating via multiple DS-3, OC12 and T-1s connections offering direct lines to multiple Internet Backbone peering points. In late 1996, Ituner was the first company to implement and successfully use splitting and buffering technologies, gathering live signal from multiple sources around the world.
To provide a turnkey streaming solution for companies that want to broadcast to large audiences over the Internet. We are developing large scale broadcasting systems, operating congestion free, distributed networksof streaming audio and video servers, and creating value-added solutions to meet all customers needs. Our Broadcast sites are located in San Jose, San Francisco, London and Eastern Europe.
Format independent: Ituner is independent of the streaming media format supporting all major streaming solution plus several proprietary transport mechanism: RealNetworks G2 and Realmedia 5.0, NetShow, MP3 live and on demand, Inktome, GTS, using clients from RealNetworks, Netshow and Ituner.
Ituner is the founder and sponsor of EE-Radio Relay, the first Eastern European Internet Radio Relay. Since 1996, EE-Radio brings live and on demand radio from more than 10 Eastern European Radio Stations using signal splitting technologies. Since its inception Ituner has served several millions of listeners around the world.
Ituner Networks Corp is one hop away from all major US internet nodes. Ituner realizes that fast, non-stop, non congested packet flow is the most critical element in an Internet Centric business model, therefore is using a fault tolerant network that is redundant at seven major network access points, with many global peering arrangements.
1) MediaBox[tm]: an Internet broadcasting appliance for encoding and
streaming live and on-demand audio and video content.
2) Ituner Broadcast Network: a global broadband network comprised of
multiple distribution hubs located in key geographical regions.
3) Worldband.com: a comprehensive station guide and broadband portal –
focused on foreign content - where people can find and tune in to over 3,000
International Radio and TV stations.
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Products and services
Non-blocked, non-oversubscribed 1Mbps, 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps Internet
Broadcasting Services for radically low, un-metered pricing levels.
Ituner develops and markets Internet streaming appliances designed to make
the deployment of audio and video applications quick, easy and affordable.
Ituner offers attractive
commissions and discounts for re-sellers and distributors.
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