INDEX

Video Delivery Hardware and Platforms

Multiscreen Video Delivery is a complex technical challenge where requirements are in a constant state of flux due to new device releases, user experience expectations, and business model challenges. Content publishers face a vast array of suppliers within this space, both for fully managed offerings and technical components which can be used as part of a complete solution. In this fast moving space, rollouts tend to last 18 to 24 months, after which components of the system that are not working are replaced.

This product looks at encoder markets as well as cloud video services markets. The cloud video services markets includes a number of unique business models, including content delivery networks (CDNs), online video platforms (OVPs), managed video platforms (MVPs), and video content management systems (VCMSs).

Topics

  • Market Share: Multiscreen Encoders
  • Market Share: Multiscreen Video Service Providers
  • Vendor Matrix: Multiscreen Encoders
  • Vendor Matrix: Multiscreen Video Service Providers

Companies Covered

  • Adobe
  • Akamai
  • Amazon AWS and Elastic Transcoding
  • ARRIS
  • Arris Group, Inc.
  • ATEME
  • Brightcove
  • Brightcove Zencoder
  • ChinaCache
  • Cisco
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • deltatre
  • Digital Rapids (now Imagine Communications)
  • Elemental Technologies, Inc
  • Elemental Technologies, Inc.
  • Encoding.com
  • Envivio
  • Ericsson
  • Ericsson Telecom AB
  • Fujitsu Limited
  • Haivision
  • Harmonic Inc.
  • Harmonic, Inc.
  • Highwinds
  • iStreamPlanet
  • Kaltura
  • Level 3 Communications
  • Limelight
  • Limelight Networks
  • Media Excel
  • Microsoft Azure Media Services
  • MobiTV
  • Mondia Media
  • NEC Corporation
  • NeuLion
  • Ooyala
  • Piksel
  • Piksel / KIT Digital
  • QuickPlay
  • RGB Networks
  • Sorenson Media
  • Synacor
  • Telestream
  • ThePlatform
  • Thomson Corporation
  • Thomson Video Networks
  • Verizon VDMS
  • Verizon VDMS (Edgecast)
  • Vubiquity
  • Wowza