Conviva’s products support 50 billion streams per year across 3 billion applications and over 200 million viewers worldwide. Conviva is the first real-time analytics platform for quality of experience measurement, AI-based automatic alerting, and multi-CDN optimization.
The Conviva Platform processes 1 trillion data events per day across 200 global brands in real time. This platform is the industry’s only real-time, AI-based alerting and diagnostics solution at TV scale.
Conviva supports partners across all phases of the video delivery chain. From CDNs to ISPs to player frameworks and more, Conviva’s SDK collects everything the video delivery ecosystem needs to help the industry better deliver streaming video over the internet.
Conviva’s sophisticated data and intelligence provide crucial insights into the industry and are trusted by some of the world’s top publishers. Conviva truly is the measurement standard for streaming TV.
Conviva’s technology is unrivaled with over 30 patents and 14 pending. With over 230 employees worldwide, Conviva continues to lead the charge and be the pioneer for streaming TV measurement.
We continuously measure every in-screen streaming experience in real-time. Conviva’s Video AI Platform detects and diagnoses issues that impact consumer experience and engagement.
Real-time TV measurement platform Conviva reveal fans streamed more than 23.3 million hours during the [World Cup 2018] quarter-finals.
World Cup 2018 Breaks Viewing Records Across Streaming Platforms As Soccer Fans Tune In
Conviva recorded 75.8 million attempts to stream the quarterfinal games of the Football World Cup 2018, but over 15% of these attempts failed.
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Conviva is reporting today 114 percent year-over-year growth in streaming video hours in Q1 2018, to reach nearly 5 billion hours of video viewing.
Apple TV and Android see increase in streaming video viewership in Q1
Streaming TV content consumption more than doubled over the last 12 months, according to Conviva data.
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