LiveQoS Announces Availability of LiveShare
August 06, 2014
LiveQoS, a company that claims to be the market leader in Quality of Experience (QoE) for mobile devices, smartphones, tablets, and PCs, recently announced that its first mobile application for offline file sharing is now available. LiveShare helps users to quickly share documents, photos, videos and other files without a network connection. The app is currently available for Android (News - Alert), Windows, Mac and Linux, with iOS soon to follow.
To share the data, LiveShare generates a URL or QR code for encryption and download of the data. The user need not enter any password and can share the data easily using QR codes, NFC (Near Field Communication) or by entering a sharing key. The users can also create a group and share the files among the group members.
"We are very excited to provide consumers with a new, safe, and fast file sharing platform that will transform the process of moving files," said Martin Horne, LiveQoS CEO. "The benefit of LiveShare compared to similar technology is that users don't need to be connected to a network. It saves you the hassle of having to upload files to a cloud, other server or sending emails. What's more, it can be used anywhere -- from home, in a conference room or even on a flight. LiveShare truly connects you and your files wherever you are."
LiveQoS is known for IPQ, a framework that maximizes the quality of controlled and uncontrolled networks according to actual link conditions and actual application requirements. IPQ enables applications to run as-designed in network environments where the application would otherwise fail or the user would suffer unsatisfactory Quality of Experience (QoE). IPQ is the only commercially available solution that meets these requirements.
The company recently announced that TMC (News - Alert), a global, integrated media company, has awarded LiveQoS with a 2014 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for their recently launched LiveQaaS platform. LiveQaaS is the world's first Quality as a Service (QaaS) platform, engineered to improve network performance of both wired and wireless networks even under congested or poor network conditions.
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