Our patented delivery acceleration technologies are a perfect complement to the powerful suite of OVP solutions offered by Brightcove. We are thrilled to be able to offer Brightcove customers a seamless, plug-and-play Streamroot integration.
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 07, 2016
Streamroot, the leading provider of next-generation video delivery optimization technologies, just announced technical compatibility with the new Brightcove HTML5 video player, Perform, as well as its end-to-end online video platform, Video Cloud.
With this extended compatibility, Brightcove users can now enjoy Streamroot’s innovative hybrid content delivery solutions. These benefits include unprecedented worldwide coverage, improved quality of service and a means to scale their delivery profitably over the long run.
“Our patented delivery acceleration technologies are a perfect complement to the powerful suite of OVP solutions offered by Brightcove. We are thrilled to be able to offer Brightcove customers a seamless, plug-and-play Streamroot integration that can be done in just a few clicks,” says Streamroot CEO Pierre-Louis Théron. “This compatibility strengthens our already strong ties with the Brightcove team and demonstrates our commitment to supporting the most trusted video players solutions on the market.”
Streamroot is compatible with a large range proprietary and open-source video players on the market including JW Player, Clappr, video.js and now Brightcove. The company looks forward to announcing more Streamroot compatible products in the near future.
Streamroot will be exhibiting at IBC in Amsterdam from 9-13 September 2016 at booth 14.D02. For a demo of Streamroot's integration with the Brightcove HTML5 player, contact us.
Streamroot is a leading provider of innovative OTT video optimization technologies for content publishers, network service providers and enterprise customers. Its robust, reliable and lightweight stream acceleration solutions offer improved quality of service, global reach and unique fixed-fee economics. They are based on open standards such as WebRTC, Media Source Extensions and HTML5, and are widely adopted by broadcasters around the world. Founded in 2013 in France, the company today benefits from VC funding and serves premier media groups from its Paris and New York offices.