Mushroom Networks Ready for Innovation
By: Leon Castles
on Monday, April 30, 2012
In a world of technology it is very important that companies come up with interesting gadgets that can really make a difference to the world and therefore Mushroom Networks, which is a San Diego based company announced that they have recently launched Streamer PRO which is an electronic device that streams video through multiple 3G and 4G broadband connections. The company said that they had also exhibited the same device at the National Association of Broadcasters that happened in Las Vegas and they have received good response for it because there are many consumers that make use of 3G and 4G connections today.
The company revealed that the device weighs around 4 pounds can be operated through battery. The device can be hooked to a video camera and it can quickly beam high quality audio and video from remote locations. The company said that the device also has an inbuilt adaptive video encoder. Riley Grace who writes and sing songs said that she will be using the same electronic device when she will be performing in the Orange County. She said that this will help her stream her performances and improve her fan base throughout the United States. Mushroom Networks have also received many funding from angel investors and ITU Ventures.