Tulix Systems' 2015 View From The Top
It has been an exciting year for us at Tulix. Streamed video has seen tremendous growth in adoption from consumers, who continue to embrace the increased convenience, availability of content, and reduced costs that our medium offers relative to traditional means of content consumption. Even the most stubborn content providers have figured out by now that they need to be in the streaming game to be competitive.
Tulix has a long history of providing technological solutions to some of the world’s largest companies, but what has made us so successful in the streaming space was recognizing the need for a comprehensive, end-to-end, cost-effective OTT solution to serve the needs of the medium to small sized content providers and aggregators.
We set out to make streaming accessible to everyone, by providing the full suite of streaming services – including video delivery, content management, apps, monetization, and more – backed by the best technology, at reasonable costs.
Over the past years, we’ve built a diverse clientele that includes broadcasters, film distributors, content aggregators, houses of worship, and many other types of clients. Building and operating an OTT streaming service was once a laborious and costly undertaking that only well-established or well-backed businesses could afford. We’ve made it simple and affordable, helping customers from all types of backgrounds stay on the cutting edge of streaming technology without breaking the bank.
As this space continues to evolve, we will continue to make the latest advances in technology – from 4K/UHD streaming, to MPEG-DASH, to HEVC, and whatever else the future holds – accessible to content providers and aggregators of all types and sizes. For more information about us, please visit www.tulix.com.
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