Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and a major economic downturn unfolding in the last quarter, UHP Networks (UHP) recorded the highest revenue and profitability in its history.
ThinkAnalytics has reported that revenues increased 30% year-on-year for the fiscal year ending 31 December 2019.
Qligent has introduced Foresight as a cloud-based service that uses artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and big data to mitigate content distribution issues and help service providers keep customers happy.
Media player NexPlayer and cloud-based digital rights management specialist EZDRM have partnered to provide OTT service providers with a multi-platform product including Widevine DRM support for all device types.
Business data management platform provider Jump Data-Driven Video has partnered with UAE-based start-up VYND.IO to release Jump’s full suite of artificial intelligence-based tools across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Fan-first video experience specialist Deltatre has unveiled mtribes, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that the company says enables real-time, data-driven UX decisions.
IT specialist Arvato Systems has been selected by German audio marketers RMS and AS&S Radio to help develop a new radio advertising sales platform called audioXchange.
AWS partner Meta is showcasing its content metadata platform and API gateway for the media and entertainment industries.
What a difference a year makes: at IBC2018, Synamedia emerged as a new company with a new name following Permira’s acquisition of Cisco Systems’ Service Provider Video Software Solutions (SPVSS) unit, which largely comprised the NDS business that Cisco acquired in 2012.
Content services platform Iron Mountain InSight is being showcased for the first time at IBC following its launch earlier in 2019.
With a customer list that includes Liberty Global, Sky, Telefónica, T-Mobile and Vodafone, it’s clear that Velocix knows its target market.
Throughout IBC2019 in Hall 15, Tech Mahindra is showcasing its range of solutions to help telco and media companies add value to their content creation.
Addressing what the company sees as the rapidly maturing OTT industry, Akamai is introducing new capabilities designed to help operators grow their revenues, manage their viewers and secure their valuable content.
At IBC2019, content and revenue protection specialist Friend MTS is talking to visitors about why accuracy matters in the battle against piracy in entertainment and live sports.
IT business consultancy Fincons is set to showcase its latest projects and technology in the field of next generation hybrid TV and what it describes as the “next artificial intelligence-enabled level of TV transformation” at IBC 2019.