PacketVideo and Android
                                                                Android VIP RoundTable

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PV – At a Glance

                            Founded in 1998 (10yr anniversary August 2008)
                            F...
Android historical timeline

                            2004: Android founded by Andy Rubin and Rich Miner
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Android Architecture Diagram




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High-level overview




5 Android VIP Panel - III
High-level overview
                                                                        The CPM is a plugin
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Features PV Contributes to Android

                                                                       Audio and speec...
PV’s OpenCORE is a subset of PV’s CORE – which provides
                 additional building blocks to drive premium servi...
Android and Industry Trends

                            Continued momentum and inquiries from OEM’s and
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  1. 1. PacketVideo and Android Android VIP RoundTable March 26, 2009 Recipient will hold in confidence all materials or information disclosed to it in confidence related to this presentation which are marked as confidential or proprietary, or if disclosed verbally, reduced to writing and marked confidential within thirty (30) days after the date of disclosure (“Confidential Information”). Confidential information shall not be copied, disclosed or distributed to any third party.
  2. 2. PV – At a Glance Founded in 1998 (10yr anniversary August 2008) First company to put video on a mobile phone 320+ design wins Software embedded on 260 million+ mobile devices PV powers multimedia services for DoCoMo, Orange, T-Mobile, Verizon (V CAST), Vodafone India, Rogers, Telstra, Telus and more Worked with all of the top 10 handset OEMs Headquartered in San Diego, regional offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia 400+ employees 2 Android VIP Panel - III
  3. 3. Android historical timeline 2004: Android founded by Andy Rubin and Rich Miner 2005: Google acquires Android 2006: PV becomes founding member of OHA and Android initiative and is selected as Multimedia provider for Android 2007: Google publicly announces Android 2008: Google holds app contest to grow marketplace 2008: 1st Android handset (G1) is launch in US on TMO 2008: Android platform is open sourced under Apache 2.0. This includes PV’s OpenCORE software. 2009: PV announces OpenCORE 2.0 showing our commitment to the Open Source Community Currently – Many more companies and products are being developed using Android 3 Android VIP Panel - III
  4. 4. Android Architecture Diagram 4 Android VIP Panel - III
  5. 5. High-level overview 5 Android VIP Panel - III
  6. 6. High-level overview The CPM is a plugin framework for handling content access and policy decisions The multimedia engines The primary use-case is are responsible for DRM content but could assembling framework also be used for parental building blocks (i.e., control use-cases ‘Nodes’) into graphs focused on specific use- cases (e.g., playback, File formats authoring, etc). Protocols The engines expose APIs tailored to the specific use- case and is the primary application interface for control and information. The “Data Formats” block can be expanded to provide insight into the PV supports OpenMAX IL core of the framework. It contains to integrate for hardware and SW decoders the building block elements that implement file format parsers and PV supports OpenGL composers, network protocols, etc. The basic definitions of the PV multimedia framework (PVMF) are included. 6 Android VIP Panel - III
  7. 7. Features PV Contributes to Android Audio and speech codecs Multimedia framework MP3 decoder PV media infrastructure AAC-LC decoder Linux implementations HE-AAC (v1 and 2) decoder PV test framework AMR-NB encoder and decoder Interfaces for 3rd party components AMR-WB decoder OpenMAX to support 3rd party HW and Video codecs SW decoders and encoders MPEG-4 encoder and decoder Content Policy Manager interfaces to H.263 encoder and decoder integrate third party digital rights management (DRM) products H.264 (AVC) encoder and decoder Interfaces to integrate input and output Network Functionality devices, e.g., cameras, displays, 3GPP RTP/RTSP streaming microphones and speakers 3GPP progressive download Multimedia Engines Progressive Streaming of MP4 / MP3 Video telephony engine 3G324M protocol stack including H.223 and H.245 Video recording (authoring) engine Containers Media player engine 3GPP/MP4 parser and composer Imaging id3 up to V2.4 supporting MP3 and Progressive JPEG decoder and AAC files. encoder WAV containing PCM A-law, u-law 7 Android VIP Panel - III
  8. 8. PV’s OpenCORE is a subset of PV’s CORE – which provides additional building blocks to drive premium services and differentiation 8 Android VIP Panel - III
  9. 9. Android and Industry Trends Continued momentum and inquiries from OEM’s and Operators on Android-based handsets Desire for differentiation also prevalent Drives continued innovation in and outside Open Source Community New features and functionality in the Android Framework Engaging Java applications that take advantages of the new features in the framework Operator services that run across entire handset portfolio Implications for Tie-ins to back end infrastructure Very active developer forums in Android Google marketplace vs iPhone marketplace 9 Android VIP Panel - III
  10. 10. Thank you Recipient will hold in confidence all materials or information disclosed to it in confidence related to this presentation which are marked as confidential or proprietary, or if disclosed verbally, reduced to writing and marked confidential within thirty (30) days after the date of disclosure (“Confidential Information”). Confidential information shall not be copied, disclosed or distributed to any third party.

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