A new ethernet cord has been unveiled by the makers of the popular CCTV streaming media streamers and is the first of its kind to offer high-definition video.
The CordaTV, which has been available to stream on the company’s platform since January, uses a pair of HDMI connectors to provide an uncompressed, uncompressed 720p HD resolution.
The CCTVs have been used by some of the biggest names in the sports industry, including the NFL, the NBA, MLB, NFL Films, NHL, and more, but the CordaStream’s 1080p resolution is the highest resolution available.
It’s a welcome development, especially since the cord was only available in select regions for a short time, and some commentators have criticised the company for not offering the Cordas in other countries.
“It’s great to see this emerging market take off.
I’m sure the cord makers will be watching this to see if the cord can compete,” said Adam Czerniak, head of digital at streaming media company Twitch, which acquired CordaMedia.”
But as we’ve seen in the past, there are always going to be some issues when it comes to the ecosystem of digital platforms.
I think that it’s important to get people the best possible streaming experiences.”
The cord will cost around $130.
The company is offering a new version of the CordAway for $30 that will include a 1080p version of its CCTVC service, as well as a new HDMI cable for $5.
In an email to The Verge, Corda said it wanted to offer a high-quality product to those who had been waiting for the cord to become available.
“The CordAways, which we have built for the most popular platforms such as NFL, MLB and NHL, are now available to our customers in the United States and Canada.
The cord itself is now the most powerful cord on the market,” it said.
“The Cordas have been designed with the best of the best in mind, including high quality, high bandwidth HDMI, audio and video interfaces, which are compatible with all major players in the streaming media industry.”
CordaTV also said that it is launching a new TV service that will let people stream their own channels on the CCTVB app, but did not give further details.
The cord, which is currently only available for select markets, will launch in the US on February 14, with the US version coming in March.
Cordar has been making a big push to get its streaming media apps to the masses, including its latest acquisition, Cordai, which offers its own video app and a dedicated website.