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Virtual Video Platforms and Workflow Solutions 2014 - 2016 Market Research Report

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DALLAS, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Virtual video platforms together with essential CMS workflow, encoding, transcoding, optimization, recommendation and discovery tools produced a market worth $1.53 billion in 2013 revenue says Virtual Video Platforms and Workflow Solutions 2014 – 2016 market research report available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/281184-virtual-video-platforms-and-workflow-solutions-2014-2016.html .

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Enterprises, IPTV/OTT operators, TV Everywhere programmers, publishers, brands, businesses and eCommerce websites are embracing virtual video initiatives illustrating the backdrop to market expansion. Each of the five technology platform, virtual tool and service segments inside this diverse, high-margin, M & A active and VC-attractive sector is forecast to achieve double-digit CAGRs through 2016, according to this operations knowledge report.

The report, Virtual Video Platforms and Workflow Solutions 2014 – 2016 – available for purchase at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=281184 , builds a detailed sector valuation framework comprising historical and projected revenues, core competencies, R & D initiatives, targeted account verticals, international exposure and billing models by entrant, augmented by comparative analysis of each segment's growth trajectory by product type.

The market is quickly implementing cloud-based solutions and services, as accounts lock in lower upfront costs with vendor ROI tied to lifetime customer value projected against future capacity growth.

Moreover, video deployment complexities necessitate end-to-end solutions or existing systems integration expertise to reduce customization and CAPEX outlays.

Consumer-facing virtual video platforms Brightcove, Kaltura, Ooyala and others carved out 24.4% of sector value. Enterprise-focused video solutions Invodo, Qumu, Ustream (including on-premises deployment specialists) and similarly positioned vendors captured 14.5%.

The IPTV/OTT segment, populated by companies like Piksel and Octoshape, booked a 22.6% share. The encoding, transcoding and optimization segment which includes Encoding.com, eyeIO, Haivision, Sorenson and Wowza Media, among others, a 13.6% share.

Search, recommendation and personalization solutions like SnappyTV, TiVo (software and services revenue only) and its newly acquired Digitalsmiths' digital TV discovery technology and data warehouse a 24.9% slice.

Report analytics are complemented and enhanced with in-depth Q & A's featuring the sharpest minds and brightest tech management in each segment of the virtual video platform space and related workflow disciplines.

Major points covered in Table of Contents for Virtual Video Platforms and Workflow Solutions 2014 – 2016 market research report are:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

                Virtual Video Products and Services Reach $1.53 Billion in 2013 Revenue; Total Sales Forecast to Increase 30.2% in 2014       1

                Virtual Video Platforms, Encoding, Processing and Workflow Solutions: Sector Revenue 2007 - 2016         2

                Virtual Video Platforms, Processing and Workflow Sector: Percent Revenue Growth 2007 - 2016                3

                The Sector is Forecast to Achieve a 24.9% CAGR through 2016     4

                CAGR Analysis by Segment: 2007 - 2016                 4

                Virtual Video Platforms, Players, Workflow, Engagements , Services, Tools and Technologies: Annual Sector Revenue Growth 2007 - 2016      5

VIRTUAL VIDEO PLATFORMS, ENCODING, TRANSCODING and WORKFLOW SOLUTIONS: TERMS and DEFINITIONS             7

SECTION ONE    13

                Virtual Video Platforms, Encoding, Processing, Recommendation and Workflow Sector: Percent Revenue Growth 2007 - 2016          14

                Virtual Video Sector Continues to Consolidate, Reorganize, Hire Additional Staff, Attract Venture Capital Supporting New and Existing Entrants, as well as Generating M & A                16

                Consumer-Facing Virtual Video Platform Solutions and IPTV Vendors      16

                Consumer-Facing Virtual Video Platforms, Players and Workflow Technologies: Growth Profile 2007 - 2016           18

                IPTV/OTT Segment Growth Profile: 2007 - 2016 20

                Enterprise-Facing Virtual Video Solutions              21

                Enterprise Video Segment: Comparative Growth Profile: 2007 - 2016       22

                Encoding/Transcoding/Processing and CRM        23

                Virtual Video Encoding, Transcoding, Processing and Optimization: Growth Profile 2007 - 2016    24

                Discovery, Social Engagement, Search, Navigation, Recommendation Tools and Technology Suites           25

                Virtual Video Engagement, Discovery, Recommendation Tools are Technology Suites: Growth Profile 2007 - 2016                 27

                Virtual Video Platforms, Encoding, Workflow and Discovery Services: Revenue Analysis 2007 - 2016          29

                The Sector is Forecast to Achieve a 24.9% CAGR through 2016     36

                CAGR Analysis by Segment: 2007 - 2016                 36

                Discovery and Video Platforms Segments Combine for 49.3% of Total Sector Revenue in 2013     40

                Virtual Video Platforms, Players, Workflow, Recommendation Tools : Sector Share by Year 2007 - 2016   42

SECTION TWO   43

                Enterprise-Facing Virtual Video Platforms             43

                Enterprise-Focused Virtual Video Platform Specialists: Segment Revenue 2007 - 2016     50

                Enterprise/Business-Focused Virtual Video Platforms: Vendor Revenue Analysis 2007 - 2016       52

                TECH EXECUTIVE Q & A 53

                                INVODO               53

                                QUMU 56

                                USTREAM            60

                                VBRICK                 65

SECTION THREE                 68

                Consumer-Facing Virtual Video Platforms, Technologies and Services: Monetization Modules are the Essential Value Proposition            68

                Virtual Video Platforms, Players, Workflow, CMS and Integrated Solutions: 2007-2016    71

                TECH EXECUTIVE Q & A 78

                                BRIGHTCOVE     78

                                DACAST                85

                                JWPLAYER           89

                                KALTURA             92

                                METRIX SYSTEMS             97

                                NEULION             101

                                OOYALA               105

                                RAMP   111

                                thePLATFORM 116

SECTION FOUR 123

                IPTV/TV Everywhere Solutions Specialists and Vendors                 123

                IPTV and OTT Video Platform Solutions: Segment Revenue Analysis 2007 - 2016                 129

                IPTV and OTT Video Platform Solutions: Segment Revenue Analysis 2007 - 2016                 132

                TECH EXECUTIVE Q & A 133

                                OCTOSHAPE       133

                                PIKSEL   139

SECTION FIVE    143

                Encoding, Transcoding and Media Processing      143

                Complex Video Encoding Output Requirements, Plus Demand for Live and Cloud Transcoding Form Nexus of Revenue Growth 2014 - 2016      143

                Virtual Video Encoding, Transcoding, Processing and Optimization Solutions: 2014 - 2016                146

                Encoding, Transcoding, Processing and Optimization Segment Delivers 28.3% Growth in 2013, Outpacing the Total Sector   149

                TECH EXECUTIVE Q & A 152

                                ENCODING.COM              152

                                eyeIO    158

                                HAIVISION          164

                                SORENSON MEDIA          168

                                VANTRIX              172

                                WOWZA MEDIA SYSTEMS            176

SECTION SIX       181

                Video Discovery, Recommendation, Search and Share Technologies        181

                UI Sophistication Powered by Productized Metadata Gathering Tools for Discovery, Recommendation, Search and Social Sharing/Learning                 181

                Virtual Video Discovery, Engagement and Recommendation Tools Advance 21.1% in 2013; Continued Future Growth Indicated            187

                TECH EXECUTIVE Q & A 191

                                DIGITALSMITHS                191

                                SNAPPYTV          197

                                TABOOLA            203

                                THINKANALYTICS             206

 

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