August 03, 2009 02:27pm
2much Bares Down On Summer
by: Company Press Release
Turnkey webcam site provider 2much.net is prepping for the summer season and its upcoming LiveCamNetwork 3.0 upgrade with special pricing on their on their ''complete live video chat solution''.
In its effort to satisfy the video chat requirements of any website, the company has come up with a range of price packages ''to suit anyone,'' according to 2much.net owner and President Mark Prince.
''The services and features are scalable,'' said Prince. ''If youíre a studio manager you can use our platform as well as if youíre a sologirl, paysite, a multi-service megasite or VOD site.''
2much has also been continually adding to the administration, performer and customer interfaces of its suite of programs since their 2.0 upgrade, 2 years ago.
''Thereís so many incremental changes, it was hard to determine where 2.4 ended and 2.5 started,'' said Prince. ''Our next one, 3.0, is going to be the whopper.''
Like other ''SaaS'' or Software as a Service platforms, the 2much.net back-end performs most of the essential and resource-heavy chores of a site, webcam sites particularly: from hosting to live video and audio streaming, hardware and infrastructure maintenance and support, to operating itís powerful accounting software.
The package also includes a complete consumer website that can be customized or integrated to any other design or setup.
Sites built on the LiveCamNetwork platform offer 2-way camming and hi-def widescreen video chatrooms to users, increased customer control and twitter support to performers, as well as Private Support Forums, increased payroll flexibility, and a variety of accounting upgrades to administrators and webmasters.
The company's core concerns for LiveCamNetwork 3.0 and beyond are with the aggregation, optimization and accounting of the multiple revenue streams possible for any site on the platform.
Available by August 2009, LiveCamNetwork 3.0 will also feature a completely different video compression and delivery method, while still managing itís so- far unique hi-def widescreen video and stereo audio streaming standard.