Splashtop Linux Streamer Offers Useful Streaming, Remote Access with Ubuntu

Splashtop, which is especially well-known to many people for its history of letting users run a lightweight version of Linux alongside other operating systems, has a new spin on streaming with Slashtop Streamer for Linux.  Splashtop Streamer is an audio-video streaming server, enabling remote access to a computer from an Android device (tablet/phone) or an iOS device (iPad/iPhone/iPod). You can connect within a Local Area Network or through a cross-network or Internet connection. You can use Splashtop Streamer for Linux in conjunction with Splashtop 2 to connect to a remote computer running Ubuntu to use Linux applications and access their data. "Splashtop has been an active member of the Linux Foundation for several years now," said Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of the Linux Foundation, in a statement. "With the company’s latest work on remote desktop streamer software for Linux, Splashtop is demonstrating its understanding of and support and collaboration with the Linux user community.” "Splashtop’s remote desktop software is an innovative product, and we welcome it into the Ubuntu Software Center," said Stephane Verdy, Product Manager at Canonical, in a statement. "We believe that the Ubuntu community will not only embrace the product as users, but also combine it

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