|By Marketwired .||
|July 30, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - July 30, 2014) - Number one in multi-screen deployments worldwide, Envivio's (NASDAQ: ENVI) pioneering video technology has been recognized by Cable & Satellite International (CSI), when it announced two Envivio products as finalists for its best technology award: Envivio's Muse™ 4K HEVC video processing software combined with Envivio's Halo Network Media Processor™ and the Halo experience server for personalized, any-screen TV services. These Envivio products have been put on CSI's winner shortlist for paving the way in digital video processing and multi-screen video solutions.
"Our technology is enabling a disruptive change in the way people consume video, and we're pleased to continue receiving industry recognition as best-of-breed," said Envivio's CEO Julien Signès.
Signès added, "We pride ourselves on providing the most advanced video processing and delivery software available. This software has been selected by many tier 1 operators and top service providers worldwide because of the exceptional video quality, reliability and flexibility of our digital video processing and multi-screen video solutions."
More than 300 content and service providers around the globe have selected Envivio to power video to their millions of viewers.
Envivio award-winning Muse video processing software is designed to support both live and on-demand 4K compression in HEVC format. The HEVC standard reduces bandwidth consumption compared to MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) by 30 to 50 percent, improving the video experience and reducing cost of operations for both 4K big-screen services and existing mobile or over-the-top (OTT) TV services.
The expansive capabilities of Envivio's Halo Network Media Processor and Halo Experience server for personalized any-screen TV services, include time shifting, Catch-up, Start-over, network PVR, Follow Me TV and personalized advertising to generate new revenue for operators and service providers worldwide.
Envivio (NASDAQ: ENVI) is the leader in software-based video processing and delivery solutions for any screen, with over 300 content and service provider customers worldwide. Envivio solutions remove the boundaries of traditional television and enable operators to increase their revenues, by providing viewers with best-in-class video quality and a compelling, personalized experience. Envivio is headquartered in South San Francisco, California and has offices worldwide including France, England, China, Singapore and Japan. Visit www.envivio.com for more information.
About Cable & Satellite International
Cable & Satellite International is a technology publication targeting the global video market, including cable, satellite, IPTV, mobile and terrestrial broadcast platforms. We assess technology trends and provide detailed product analysis relevant to the core video delivery functions -- namely content contribution/backhaul, distribution/transport, playout/transmission and home networking. We also analyse the wider triple and quadruple play landscape.
The bi-monthly ABC audited print magazine is complemented by an email newsletter sent every two weeks to over 12,000 industry professionals, the CSI Product of the Year Awards, and roundtables that focus on various topics.
The CSI Awards 2014
The CSI Awards are one of the most comprehensive and competitive technology awards anywhere in the world, designed to reward technical and product marketing excellence in the cable, satellite, terrestrial broadcasting, mobile and IPTV sectors. They are organized by CSI magazine and held at IBC, Europe's most important exhibition for the combined broadcast community.
Now in their twelfth year, CSI Awards attract more than 150 entries every year, gaining the endorsement of the industry's leading technology suppliers.
The awards are judged independently of CSI by a panel of experts that includes practicing and former heads of engineering and operations from some of the world's most important network operators, well-respected consultants and senior industry analysts.
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