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Smith Micro Software Announces Adaptive Video Content Delivery System

Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:SMSI), a leading developer and marketer of software solutions and services for the mobility market, announced the support for a streaming video content delivery system as an addition to the QuickLink Media Software Suite. The QuickLink Media Video Delivery Platform delivers highly optimized video to hundreds of current handheld mobile devices in a manner that matches the unique encoding format requirements and screen display capabilities of each individual mobile device.

The Video Platform handles content ingestion, identifies the unique characteristics of the mobile device specifications and appropriately formats the video stream to deliver the best possible user experience for viewing video on their mobile device. In addition to delivering an improved end-user experience, the Video Platform dynamically adapts the video streams to adjust for changing network bandwidth conditions in real-time to maximize viewing experience and utilization of the mobile operator’s network resources.

“As mobile broadband data services accelerate in adoption, video is emerging as the fastest growing application and largest consumer of data services on the wireless networks,” said William W. Smith Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer for Smith Micro Software, Inc. “This comprehensive video optimization platform simplifies the deployment of mobile video services for operators, and effectively transcodes and optimizes video streams to best accommodate the wireless network while providing optimal enjoyment for consuming and viewing video on the widest array of handheld devices.”

About Smith Micro Software, Inc.:

Smith Micro Software, Inc., headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California, with offices in Europe and Asia, develops mobility solutions that enable seamless broadband connectivity and next generation media and mobile convergence products over wireless networks. Smith Micro's complete lines of products are available through its sales groups, direct from its websites, retail distributors, and value-added resellers. Smith Micro's common stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol SMSI. For more information, please visit: http://www.smithmicro.com.

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