Vuico and B2's combined mobile video technology feeds live entertainment events to mobile devices worldwide

MUMBAI: Vuico Inc. and B2 Networks announced a strategic alliance to deliver live events and highlights to cell phones and mobile devices via B2 Networks worldwide broadband and mobile network.

B2 will use Vuico technology as a core component coupled with other B2 technologies to broadcast live events to the customer base of the revolutionary broadband network.

Vuico and B2's combined Mobile Video Technology will serve as a platform to broadcast more than 2,000 events during the next 6 months.

Live events will be broadcast worldwide from B2 Networks system of arenas, stadiums and entertainment venues. Additional future product innovations are being developed by the alliance.

"B2 Networks is the leader in the global broadband broadcasting market for TV and direct to home broadcasting. With this new mobile video alliance, Vuico and B2 Networks are taking the delivery of live content to cell phones and mobile devices around the world," said Vuico President and CEOVui Le.

The new alliance brings unprecedented capability for consumers to watch sports and entertainment from major stadiums and venues on mobile and wireless devices.

"With Vuico's mobile video technology coupled with B2 technology delivering our live events and programming, B2 Networks can now offer live mobile TV to the cell phones of our customers. Our partners, whether they are arenas, stadiums, local venues, clubs, schools or churches can leverage our end-to-end systems to reach their constituents," said B2 Networks Owner and CEO Greg P Bell.

The combined technologies have already been deployed to recently broadcast the World Professional Fighting Championship from Las Vegas and live entertainment from The Palm in Las Vegas to viewers on three continents.

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