Conviva, the leading video experience optimization company, has been shortlisted for both a CSI Award for Best Monitoring or Network Management Solution, and a Digiday Signal Award for Best Analytics Platform.
Conviva partners with top tier media companies and premium OTT video broadcasters and operators like HBO, Sky, and Foxtel to deliver optimized viewing experiences that maximize customer engagement. The Conviva Intelligent Control Platform helps providers meet and exceed ever-changing audience expectations for video experience, across a multi-screen viewing environment. Using a unique real-time map of the Internet video delivery ecosystem, the platform provides 360-degree visibility across all users, maximizes picture fidelity, and eliminates playback delays and interruptions. Multi-dimensional reports and analyses of the top tier OTT market, based on Conviva’s tracking of 50 billions streams annually, enable data-driven decisions, supporting successful development of market-leading services. Conviva is based in Silicon Valley, with offices in New York and London. Please visit www.conviva.com and follow us on Twitter @Conviva.
Established in 2003, the CSI Awards are among the most prestigious and competitive technology awards in the industry, designed to recognise and reward innovation and excellence in the cable, satellite, broadcast, IPTV, telco, broadband/OTT video, mobile TV and associated sectors. See the finalists and the read the full announcement here.
The Digiday Signal awards, which will be presented for the first time this year, honor the tech platforms simplifying the marketing process for brands, agencies and publishers. In all, 85 finalists were selected from four main categories including ad tech, commerce tech, marketing tech and content/publishing. Read the announcement here.
The winners of the CSI Awards will be announced at an awards ceremony at IBC in Amsterdam on September 11, 2015, and the winners of the Digiday Signal Awards will be announced at an awards ceremony in New York City on September 24, 2015.