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Haivision: View from the Top 2013

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At Haivision, we’re building the future of enterprise media. Our roots are grounded in the contribution of video, with the highest performance encoding technology. Over the years, we’ve evolved into a much broader solution-based video company that includes software and service-based solutions that address content workflows within the enterprise network and over the Internet.

Our vision has always been focused on providing customers with an end-to end video solution that is easy to use and easy to deploy.  Leveraging a series of strategic technology acquisitions, we have built a comprehensive portfolio helping customers simplify how they contribute, manage and distribute HD video content, whether it’s within an organization’s private network or delivered over the Internet. We are giving companies an easy way to get their video from any source, over any network, to any screen, on any device, with a hassle-free process so that they don’t have to stitch together disparate solutions from multiple vendors. 

As companies continue to increase their adoption of video, a key challenge is addressing broad audiences inside, within, and outside local networks. In 2012, Haivision created a specialized Internet Media group specifically focused on developing and extending our cloud-based media technologies to address this challenge. Haivision was first to market with live cloud transcoding solutions and in April 2013 we moved our end-to-end video mission forward by unveiling the Haivision Video Cloud – an online video management platform.

Now Haivision stands alone with powerful, integrated on-premise and cloud solutions empowering our dedicated global channel partner network. We’re proud to have more than 20,000 video solutions installed within the world’s top organizations. Companies like Hearst, British Petroleum, the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, the European Commission, QVC, National Geographic and Northwestern University rely on Haivision for video that helps them communicate, collaborate and broaden their reach. We are honored to be a Streaming Media Top 100 company.

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