SOURCE: TerraEchos

TerraEchos

July 08, 2013 04:00 ET

TerraEchos® Announces First Commercial Technology and Invites User Development

MISSOULA, MT--(Marketwired - July 08, 2013) - TerraEchos came out of stealth mode today, with the announcement of its first commercial technology, TrueStream™ CVEM, available for closed beta in August 2013. TrueStream CVEM™, bringing together the world of social media and streaming video into one outlet, allows users a unique opportunity to watch their video; socialize with friends; and interact with the video, all inside the same frame.

TrueStream CVEM (Collaborative Video Exploitation and Manipulation) was developed to change the way users network and interact with and about streaming content. Removing the need for external applications, CVEM offers three key benefits: allowing endless user groups the ability to watch and chat inside the stream, enabling users to create metadata at any point in their experience, and offering a simple and seamless user experience.

"After years of working in government solutions with sensor data, TerraEchos kept finding fundamental problems in the way we see and interact with streaming video, which corresponds to all video and social media platforms," explained Dan James, CEO of TerraEchos. "With TrueStream CVEM, we don't intend on being just another technology, but an evolution in communication. The need for added applications, another open window or even a second device becomes insignificant. "

A closed beta invitation request is available on TerraEchos' website. Users who fill out the form will be put into a testing pool when the closed beta becomes available in August 2013. Those users will be given access to all of CVEM's tools with the ability to interact with any other user. Currently, the company has developed a technology survey to tap into the needs, wants and ideas customers may already have regarding TrueStream CVEM.

About TerraEchos TerraEchos, a next-generation big-data solutions company, manipulates exploits and extracts massive amounts of complex streaming data on the fly, and simultaneously delivers insights, decision and action -- now. TerraEchos' technologies continuously deploy complex solutions on streaming big data, and render meaningful insight and interaction, all while the data is in motion. The company, founded in Missoula, Montana in January 2012, focuses on solving big data problems where "Knowing. Now.®" is crucial.

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