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San Mateo CA 94403

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Conviva’s Intelligent Control Platform enables online video providers to deliver the best viewing experience, despite Internet unpredictability. Fueled by Conviva’s global intelligence – gathered in real time from billions of streams per month – this big data processing platform utilizes advanced algorithms to give publishers control over video delivery. We analyze, identify and preemptively avoid Internet bottlenecks and breakdowns, delivering high-quality video without interruption. Conviva partners with leading media brands and service providers worldwide, to deliver a TV-quality experience over any network, to any device, at any time. Conviva is based in Silicon Valley, with New York and London offices.

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Mobile VideoOnline Video PlatformsOTT VideoMedia/Entertainment Video
Online Video Industry
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