KalemSoft Media Streamers, a startup that has raised $7 million in a Series B round, announced that it is working on its own version of the popular media streaming service, Kalemovets Media Stream.
Kalemoves Media Streams was originally conceived as a solution for streaming content from online games.
The platform is designed to be a free app, with access to multiple media streams.
The company plans to build out Kalemos platform to include the ability to connect devices with video, audio, and more.
In an interview with VentureBeat, Kalems chief product officer, Matt Bowers, explained the company’s approach to building a media stream app: We want to build it on the principles of open source, as we’re always striving to do, which is to make it as open as possible.
Kalems goal is to build a scalable, low-cost, easy-to-use, and robust solution for the mass media streaming market.
Kalemedos media stream is expected to be ready for public consumption by the end of the year.
The team behind the project said that they’re in a “very early stage” and have yet to build the app.
However, they said that their initial focus will be on making it easy to connect media streams to mobile devices.
They also said that the app will allow users to “find and stream content quickly and easily,” something that has been a long-standing issue for media streaming apps.
They noted that their focus on the media stream itself has meant that they can “focus on the app itself rather than build a dedicated server, and that we can get it to run on any device.”