At NPAW, we are proud to announce our membership in the Streaming Video Alliance, an industry consortium comprised of leading companies from the online video ecosystem. SVA helps set guidelines for members to abide by in categories such as Open Caching Systems Functional Requirements and QoE Industry Guidelines. We are happy to bring our leading data analytics innovations and superior business intelligence technologies to SVA.
By joining SVA, NPAW joins companies like Ericcson, NBCUniversal, Telecom Italia, Korea Telecom, FOX Networks, MLB Advanced Media, Verizon, Yahoo, Time Warner Cable and many more. NPAW CEO and Co-founder, Ferran Gutierrez, said of NPAW’s involvement “The Streaming Video Alliance allows us to have a direct impact on the evolution of OTT and streaming video…We look forward to using our unique insights…to collaborate across the industry and shape the future of TV consumption across the globe.”
We look forward to our future collaboration with fellow industry leaders, as we work to uphold the SVA mission to “develop, publish and promote open standards, policies, and best practices that allow the video streaming ecosystem to flourish.”
Check out the full press release for more information.
James Noeker on May 26th 2016
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