Envivio announced that the company had received the inaugural Best of NAB Award presented by Streaming Media magazine. The award was given for the Envivio Halo Experience Server, which was introduced at the 2013 NAB show and was one of five new products unveiled this year with the most promise for advancing streaming media. The four other winners were Adobe, Canon, Matrox, and StudioCast.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Envivio is focused on providing solutions for multi-screen video processing and delivery systems by allowing video content to be streamed to numerous devices. The company supplies technology that allows for more than 300 content and service provider customers around the world to supply streaming video to customers. Envivio provides services to eight of the top 10 mobile operators, nine of the top 10 broadband providers and three of the top four US cable operators. The company also has offices in France, England, China, Singapore, and Japan.
Winners did not apply in advance to be eligible for the awards, nor were there any specified categories.
Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, Streaming Media editor, said, "Envivio Halo Experience is targeted at operators and allows for highly personalized targeted content to be delivered by operators in ways they simply haven't been able to do yet. That's one of the reasons it stood out to us. Halo Experience does not require a major system overhaul on the part of the operator and enables audience analytics, which were other things that jumped out to us as appealing about it."
Boris Felts, vice president of products at Envivio also commented, "With Halo Experience, we are helping to simplify the multi-screen workflow so we can create a unique experience for each user across the various protocols such as iOS and Android, using the media and index information that already exists. Using the content already distributed in the network we can create personalized experiences such as network DVR, we can target ads, we can make specific playlists for each user."
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