Today’s 8% upgrade to the compression rate of our recent Chairman’s statement is the latest in a line of improvements to our Mark 1 codec. It brings the video and audio combined to below even the ancient 28.8 kbps modem standard. This allows ample room for the slideshow, making a total of 30 kbps. Our original target of enabling talking heads videos over 56 kbps modems has now been achieved.
Jemma George, in a recent research report update on citywire.co.uk comments on recent developments at Forbidden Technologies and notes that “The slow and tiresome move to broadband undoubtably works in Forbidden’s favour”.
Our Chairman Vic Steel presents a video version of his interim results statement. This video is the first public demonstration of our slideshow technology.
As part of the continuing commercialisation process for our codec, we have added support for slideshows. These run alongside the main video stream and are synchronized with it. We will be demonstrating this technology with our upcoming Chairman's statement video. We'd like to thank Jeremy, this year's summer student, for his help in adding this feature.
Today the Wall Street Reporter features a telephone interview with Stephen Streater, recorded live and uncut, in which Stephen outlines some of the reasons behind the success of Forbidden Technologies.
Here are some recent reports on our interim results. Chris Nuttall in FTMarketWatch.com reports that “Both Forbidden and Emblaze are onto something”, Joanne Offer of ShareCast, writes that “Unlike its rivals, Forbidden’s technology does not require the viewer to download any software and it offers an unusually large picture size”.
Today Forbidden Technologies plc announced its Interim Results for the six months ended 30th June 2001.
Forbidden Technologies plc will announce its Interim Results for the six months ended 30th June 2001 tomorrow morning, Tuesday 18th September 2001.
Today’s update to our website is typical of a recent series. In each of these the video files and images have been unchanged. Instead we’ve been working behind the scenes adding extra features to our playback technology. These features include better logging, better handling of firewalls and support for future technologies (as yet unreleased). These updates let us benefit from feedback and widespread incremental testing of our technology.
At Forbidden Technologies, we pride ourselves on our open relationship with customers and shareholders. Over the last year we have demonstrated the progress of our technical development by providing updates to the videos on our website. In addition, we are now offering other news of interest, directly through this new section of our website. We will use this channel to publish information for which the Regulatory News Service (RNS) would be inappropriate.