Concurrent (NASDAQ:CCUR), a global leader in multi-screen video delivery and media data intelligence solutions, today announced it will meet with select customers and partners at the 2014 NAB Show to promote its ideas on how over-the-top (OTT) video and on-net video services can be unified to create a more compelling and complete service offering for consumers. The company will also provide a first look at a new set of video and media data intelligence solutions designed to address the growing amount of video content being delivered over-the-top to consumers both at home and on-the-go. Concurrent’s unique approach enables service providers to launch their own OTT services as well as participate in the value chain associated with third party video streaming services such as Netflix ®, Amazon Prime ®, YouTube ®, and others. Demonstrations will be limited to trade show attendees who have scheduled appointments in advance. The NAB Show will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 7 – 10 th, 2014. In addition to demonstrating its OTT video innovations, Concurrent will exhibit the following solutions at booth #: SU10502.
- Unified Content Origination for Multi-Screen Video ApplicationsConcurrent’s software-based origin server supports a wide variety of high performance video streaming applications, including live TV, video-on-demand, and network based video recording. With integrated dynamic content workflow features, the unified origin server uses a common source content format to serve all screens, making it easier to launch new video services to a growing array of smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, PCs, game consoles, and classic set-top boxes. Embedded content workflow features include on-the-fly content repackaging, dynamic DRM protection, and session-based policy controls. Concurrent’s origin server supports the latest 4K and 8K Ultra HD HEVC content formats, as well as standard and high definition content.
- Unified Analytics for Measuring Viewership Across DevicesConcurrent’s industry leading video analytics solution provides a more comprehensive view of consumer behavior and quality of experience by correlating data from a multitude of video technology platforms. The company’s media data intelligence solution taps into content workflow systems, origin servers, content delivery networks, middleware, advertising systems, and application servers to expose trends that span network boundaries and viewing screens. With more timely and accurate information, service providers can adapt quickly to market changes, better serve their customers, and increase video revenues.
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