About Ituner Networks
Ituner Networks is a
privately owned Corporation, located in Silicon Valley,
California. Ituner Networks Corporation (formerly known
as Ituner Internet Broadcasting Services, founded in
1996) has private investors from the U.S. and Europe.
Ituner is the maker of the MediaBox product
line, a professional
audio and video streaming server capable of multicast or
unicast streaming of high quality video and audio
through broadband networks in several concurrent formats
at various stream rates.
To provide a
turnkey streaming solution for companies that want to
broadcast to large audiences over the Internet. We are
developing large scale broadcasting systems, operating
congestion free, distributed networks of streaming audio
and video servers, and creating value-added solutions to
meet our customers needs.
Ituner is independent of the streaming media format
supporting and integrating all major streaming
solutions: RealNetworks, WMA, MP3, Vorbis and QTSS
and finally MPEG4.
Ituner is the founder
and sponsor of EE-Radio Relay, the first Eastern
European Internet Radio Relay. Since 1996, EE-Radio
brings live and on demand radio from more than 15
Eastern European Radio Stations using signal splitting
technologies. Since its inception Ituner has served
several millions of listeners around the world.
Ituner Networks Corp is "one hop away" from all
major US internet nodes. Ituner realizes that fast,
non-stop, non congested packet flow is the most critical
element in an Internet Centric business model, therefore
is using a fault tolerant network that is redundant at
seven major network access points, with many global
Products and Services
Internet broadcasting servers for encoding and streaming
live and on-demand audio and video content.
Broadcast Network: a global broadband network comprised
of multiple distribution hubs.
a comprehensive station guide and broadband portal –
focused on foreign content - where people can find and
tune in to over 3,000 International Radio and TV