Google Empowers StreamUnlimited as Google Cast Partner
FREMONT, CA: StreamUnlimited, a technology solutions provider in the field of audio streaming and IoT collaborates with Google Cast, a product of Google. The partnership facilitates manufacturers implementing StreamUnlimited’s StreamSDK technology to avail the product in their software. Audio manufacturers across the globe will now be able to introduce Google Cast streaming platforms and partners to the market. With Google’s product, StreamUnlimited effectively enhances manufacturer’s software and hardware.
“Over the last year, we have worked closely and productively with Google to complete this significant project,” said Frits Wittgrefe, Chief Executive Officer, StreamUnlimited.
Google Cast is a cutting-edge technology which casts media and all forms of entertainment from PC’s, phones, tablets and laptops to speakers or TV’s. The product supports wide range of devices based on iOS, Android and Microsoft platforms. It seamlessly plays on internet with Google Chrome and offers many popular online radio stations and music applications such as iHeart Radio, TuneIn, Pandora and many more. As a part of rapid expansion, Google Cast also added Napster, Rhapsody, BBC Radio, 7Digital and Spotify as their high resolution audio streaming partners. Chromecast, Cast for Audio and Android TV are Google Cast’s devices with in-built Cast technology.
StreamUnlimited, founded in 2005 delivers high quality engineering services in areas such as Electronics Development, Embedded Software Development, Software Integration, Software test and release, EMC and Industrialization. The company’s StreamSDK is a customizable set of software components which can be used for implementing streaming media clients and/or enhancing existing platforms with streaming functionality. For audio product manufacturers, enabling Google Cast in StreamSDK will accelerate the process of software development.
“Since the project has completed, we have already added several major design-in’s. We are excited to finally announce the partnership and have the ability to serve more brands with exceptional audio products,” adds Frits.
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