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Over-the-top TV service Wuaki.tv has turned to video analytics and data processing specialist Conviva across the territories in which it recently launched its service.
Spanish streaming service Wuaki.tv is looking to ensure continued European growth by enhancing its video analytics, delivery optimization and big data processing capabilities – and is turning to Conviva to help it to do so.
As it looks to expand across Europe after establishing itself in the UK and Spain, over-the-top (OTT) video-on-demand (VOD) service Wuaki.tv has inked a technology partnership with video analytics, delivery optimization and big data firm Conviva.
Conviva, a provider of video analytics, delivery optimisation and big data processing, has revealed its findings from the World Cup. Conviva’s analysis of the streamed event demonstrates viewers’ insatiable desire for live sports and high-quality content, forcing content providers to focus their efforts on improving video quality and viewer experience across all screens, not just one.
This year’s World Cup set numerous records for audience scope and size for streaming across devices. With a unique, Internet-scale view of the event, Conviva monitored over 28 billion viewing minutes, from over 700 million unique viewers over the span of the event. Conviva’s data continued to prove quality…
Just when will the Internet be the primary delivery mechanism for TV? Depends on who you ask. Some streaming guys at the second annual Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age conference at Stanford University said it may not be far away.
It’s taking less time for online video streams to buffer, and the delivery of low-resolution content online has increased dramatically, according to a new report on 2013 video from analytics company Conviva.
Viewers are watching more online video on their televisions, tablets, and computers than ever, and they expect the same video quality as with broadcast TV.
Conviva chief strategy officer Keith Zubchevich on the how the Internet remains a hostile environment for video, even as more video is traversing the open network, and on the technological approach Conviva devised for making the Internet safe for video.
Conviva Inc. found that if a streamer encounters buffering when watching a live sports stream, average viewing time plummets from 40 minutes to just one minute. However, Conviva also had some good news.