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Motorola buys SunUp to help better manage live content

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With this acquisition, Motorola will try to better manage live content across multiple screens of its products, including tablets
Pallab Jyotee Hazarika,

Motorola is set to buy Santa-Clara, California based software development firm SunUp shortly. Although no details of the financial transaction is available, Motorola considers this acquisition important along the lines of better live content management for their various products with multiple screen size, including its future tablet devices.

SunUp’s tools will be included in Motorola’s Medios software platform. Medios is a multi-screen service management software suite that seamlessly integrates web and walled-garden content. This suite takes care of client assets, security, monetization and customization from a single place for better content management.

Motorola seems to be quite serious towards live content management as they bought Swedish IPTV provider Dreampark earlier this year.

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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2011-05-11 (Update: 2012-05-26)