UltraFlix set to launch on HDTVs, media players, mobile devices | NAB 2016 | Events 2016 | Rapid TV News
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NanoTech Entertainment has announced that the ultra HD and HD streaming service UltraFlix will be bundled onto their partners’ HDTVs and streaming media players.
ultraflixThe streaming video app will also be available on Android and iOS devices sold over the past three years.

UltraFlix offers over 1,000 hours of Ultra HD Hollywood movies, top sports and nature documentaries, award-winning TV series and concerts.

UltraFlix HD is complimentary to the rapidly growing UltraFlix 4K, already available on Samsung, Vizio, Sony, HiSense, Sharp, Roku 4 and NVIDIA Shield Android TV. With more than 100 million HDTVs and over 500 million phones and tablets shipped in the US over the last three years, the move is seen as a great market opportunity UltraFlix HD.

NanoTech has been building its video library for the past two years and has a number of major studio deals in place. In order to stand out and compete with the likes of Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, UltraFlix will focus on delivering a comprehensive combination of classics, new releases, 360 immersive virtual reality, live performances and select exclusive titles to the living room and mobile devices.

The technology company says its 4KStudios team of video experts have developed a cloud-based video processing and encoding workflow yielding superior quality video streaming to a huge variety of devices.

Aaron Taylor, NanoTech's executive VP of sales & marketing, commented: “UltraFlix 4K is quickly becoming the go-to destination for 4K junkies. Now that we have built up a unique library of timeless classics, hot new releases and award winning documentaries, it’s time to leverage our established platform relationships and fly into the much larger world of HD.”

NanoTech Entertainment focuses on 4K media procurement, production, processing and delivery. Its 4K Studios creates digital 4K Ultra HD content using both licensed materials as well as original productions.