QuickPlay buys FLO TV operations center

QuickPlay, one of the companies that has emerged to deliver video to tablet PCs and other devices, has acquired the FLO TV operations center in San Diego that Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) had shuttered along with its MediaFLO mobile TV venture.

QuickPlay already is working with service providers such as AT&T (NYSE: T) and Rogers Communications (NYSE: RCI) to manage and distribute video assets to a range of new mobile devices. Buying a 30,000-square-foot operations center will only bolster the company's ability to manage quality of service.

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