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Harmonic Inc.
4300 North First Street
San Jose CA 95134
USA

Phone: +1.408.542.2500
Fax: +1.408.542.2510
Web site: www.harmonicinc.com
 
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Harmonic is the worldwide leader in video delivery infrastructure solutions for emerging television and video services and provides broadcasters, pay-tv operators, service providers and other media companies with differentiating video capabilities that are ready to deploy on a global scale. 

Harmonic software-based OTT solutions provide the tools to prepare, manage and monetize high-quality live and VOD content to every screen. Installed on premise or in the cloud, or through a SaaS offering, Harmonic multiscreen solutions offer real-time video compression optimization for higher VQ and reduced bandwidth and support the most popular internet and mobile formats, which simplify the delivery of revenue-generating, next-generation OTT streaming services.

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