Beamr to Present JPEGmini at Mobile Photo Connect on September 29

As image technology experts, the crux of our corporate mission has been to reduce the cost and improve the user experience of photo and video delivery, to any device over any network, while raising the bar on quality.

Since our inception in 2009, we have developed a strong related IP portfolio and established a stellar customer base within the world’s largest media companies. But what you may not know is that in addition to developing Beamr Video – aimed at better delivery of over-the-top streaming content to mobile and broadband connected consumers – the team behind Beamr is also responsible for JPEGmini, the highly acclaimed photo optimizer.

Currently in use by many social networks, photo sharing platforms and e-commerce websites, including Groupon Japan and Netflix, JPEGmini is capable of reducing the size of JPEG images by up to 80 percent without affecting image quality.

Recognizing the need to optimize the delivery and storage of photos in an era of exponential increase in visual social communication, our President, Eliezer (Eli) Lubitch, will be presenting our suite of media optimization tools, including JPEGmini and Beamr Video, at the annual Mobile Photo Connect conference on September 29 in San Francisco.

The key gathering for executives and entrepreneurs in the mobile photography ecosystem, Mobile Photo Connect attracts over 150 photo app developers, imaging companies, mobile vendors and other industry participants from Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Eli is scheduled to give a presentation during Session III of the “Show and Tell” portion of the program running form 2:50 PM – 3:30 PM PST. We’ll also have a stand in the exhibit hall where you can see live demos of JPEGmini and Beamr Video . If you are attending, be sure to stop by and say hello or tweet us @beamervideo or @jpegmini. Unable to attend, but curious to learn more? Visit or check out this video of professional photographer, Paul McPherson of as he tests JPEGmini optimization quality on screen and under the loupe.