ATLANTA, June 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Concurrent (NASDAQ: CCUR), a global leader in video and media data and advertising solutions, today announced that Kshitij Kumar, senior vice president of mobile solutions, will participate as a panelist on "Content in the Cloud" at the Eighth Annual Digital Media Conference East on Friday, June 17, at 4 p.m. EDT at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110317/CL67141LOGO ) Featuring industry leaders from a spectrum of companies, the panel will be part of both the Digital Media and the Law & Policy tracks. Kumar will be joined on the panel by executives from Verizon Digital Media Services and Sorenson Media, amongst others, and the panel will be moderated by Marty Lafferty, CEO of the DCIA. On the panel, Kumar will share his insights about delivering high quality video from the cloud to multiple screens including television, PC and mobile. Concurrent's video delivery solutions are deployed in video-on-demand, time-shifted broadcast TV and over-the-top (OTT) video services globally, and its technology is capable of delivering high value, as well as user-generated content, to any screen from the cloud. About Concurrent Concurrent (NASDAQ: CCUR) is a global leader in innovative solutions that enable the seamless delivery, management and monetization of video on any screen. Built on a solid foundation of video firsts and patented, Emmy® Award winning technology, Concurrent's screen-independent video delivery and media data solutions create a truly holistic, 360 degree view of the consumer video experience. By harnessing the full potential of video, Concurrent provides customers in the cable, telecommunications, wireless, web, advertising and content development industries with new revenue opportunities such as advanced advertising. Concurrent's video solutions are built upon a rich heritage of high-performance real-time technology, which also powers solutions for the defense, aerospace, automotive and financial industries.