CAN Tech Co. Ltd. Beijing And Stream TV Networks Partner To Offer Glasses-Free 3D In China And Globally

Alliance To Include Hardware Sales And Content Distribution

BEIJING, Nov. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Stream TV Networks, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is partnering with CAN Tech Co. LTD to make its live programming and extensive content library available in Glasses-Free 3D for the first time. The move, which underscores Stream TV’s commitment to the China market, will result in programming converted or created in Stream TV’s Glasses Free 3D Ultra-D™ format.

An IPTV/OTT content delivery platform, CAN Tech is also a content producer and rights holder, controlling thousands of hours of content. The network intends to support its offering of Glasses-Free 3D programming with a 65-inch 4K TV, reaching Chinese consumers with its own brand of Glasses-Free 3D televisions using the Ultra-D technology designed to satisfy and expand its growing customer base.

“CAN Tech Co. Ltd. will be a great partner,” said Stream TV CEO Mathu Rajan. “Putting our Glasses-Free 3D 65-inch 4K TV’s in the hands of their customers will give us a massive footprint in the China market, but what is most exciting is their distribution platform and the content library we’ll be releasing in the Glasses-Free 3D Ultra-D™ format.”

“Stream TV’s technology is the best of its kind, offering a truly amazing viewing experience,” said Fu Qiang of CAN Tech. “Our programming will be more compelling than ever when we offer it in Stream TV’s Glasses-Free 3D.”

Stream TV’s breakthrough Ultra-D technology is the only proprietary Glasses-Free 3D solution that delivers both a stunning visual display as well content conversion from any 2D or 3D source.

Can Tech is a subsidiary company of CIBN which is an IPTV/OTT Content Delivery Platform as well as a content provider, producer, and rights-holder. The network includes China Radio International, which has 30 overseas bureaus and broadcasts 1,520 hours of programming each day (24 hours in English), including news, current affairs, and features on politics, the economy, culture, science and technology.

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