ACCESS and Human-Monitoring Showcase hipix™ Technology and Applications at Mobile World
Congress 2011—First Joint Demonstration Since Companies Announced Partnership.

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ACCESS Showcases Solutions for the New Mobility at Mobile World Congress 2011
ACCESS will demonstrate the hipix™Rich Picture Format compression technology, developed by Human-Monitoring Ltd., in combination with ACCESS' transcoder.

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Android Based Sony Ericsson Devices Landing In Israel With Hipix
While most of the world is talking about the latest device the Sony Ericsson Arc , the first generation of Android based SE devices are just now landing in Israel.

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Tokyo, Japan and Tel-Aviv, Israel, December 06, 2010 – ACCESS, a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, beyond-PC and digital TV arkets, and Human Monitoring Ltd., the developer of hipix™, a Rich Picture Format technology, today announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to extend hipix technology in the mobile and beyond-PC markets. ACCESS will enhance its market leading NetFront™ Browser with hipix to enable the presentation of media-rich still images that include audio and voice annotation. In addition ACCESS will develop mobile and beyond-PC hipix applications for the Japanese and global markets and will also distribute Human Monitoring's other innovative image processing technologies in Japan.

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Shrink your mobile snaps with hipix™

In today’s world of mass consumption, operators find themselves struggling with the massive increment of data usage.

A good example for the data crunch operators world over are feeling situation is what has happened to AT&T since the launch of the first iPhone on its network, although 3G modems are also being blamed for an increase in traffic.

As a precaution to protect the already crumbling and decrepit network, Apple and AT&T chose not to enable FaceTime (Video Calls) on the 3G network and restricted it for Wi-fi use only.

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As AT&T Slows 3G Upload Speeds, Startups Are Busy Developing Data Compression Technology

It was reported this morning that AT&T may be quietly hindering 3G upload speeds in hopes of curbing network strain, reacting to yet another influx of iPhone devices hitting its network daily. While nothing has been formally announced, several readers of GigaOM have complained that their upload speeds have decreased substantially- from over 1 Mbps to under 100 Kbps over the last few days.

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HTIA 2010 video: Human Monitoring – 9.6.2010 Newsgeek editorial

One of the showstoppers preventing the replacement of standard cameras with the cellular handsets built-in cameras (except for the quality, naturally) is the capability of the handsets to cope with high quality photographs due to their size, versus the handsets storage capacity and the transmission speed to the Internet and other devices. Human Monitoring offers a solution, which enables compression of 6MP photographs into 300KB files. We loved it. (Hebrew)

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The rosy picture of Human Monitoring

Globes – Israel’s Business Arena 17.5.10 (Hebrew)

Still image compression technology, which was developed rather accidentally by an Israeli start-up company, shrinks pictures by 80%, raising interest of the telecom giants and cellular handset manufacturers. Living to the expectations, is the only thing left to do.

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