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1002 Hemphill Ave. NW
Atlanta GA 30318
Tulix is a streaming technology incubator that supports innovators, investors, and enterprises by providing guidance and resources on strategy, infrastructure, technology, and business models across the whole streaming eco-system.
Tulix's dedicated R&D team strives to always provide the latest streaming technologies and has a number of internet firsts under its belt.
Tulix uses its OWN as well as hybrid infrastructure to provide fully managed streaming solutions that are flexible, cost effective and customized for their customers.
Working with broadcasters, content owners, startups, and just about anybody who needs streaming, Tulix offers various custom streaming services including, fully managed End-to-End OTT, channel origination, live 24/7 worldwide streaming over its own streaming-optimized MultiCDN, security, and monetization.
Content Delivery Network (CDN):
Unlike traditional Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), the TulixCDN was built from the ground up with an entirely new streaming architecture, purpose-built to address the intricacies of live streaming, allowing for pristine video quality to viewers worldwide near-instantly.
End-to-End Over The Top (OTT) Solutions:
Building an IPTV OTT solution from the ground up is no easy task. You need encoders, middleware, a CDN, app developers, the list goes on and on... We provide the full solution with all the components you need, so there's no need to work with multiple vendors. All you need to worry about is the business side of things, we'll handle the rest to reach your customers on all major OTT platforms, including Android, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and iOS.
Broadcast Services in the Cloud:
Create a 24/7 live stream by uploading recorded video assets to Tulix's Cloud PlayOut system. Your broadcast can be scheduled multiple days in advance and is delivered using Tulix superior web Playout solution as a live linear stream to any device via TulixCDN. Streams are automatically transcoded into streaming formats needed for delivery to all devices (including HLS, RTMP, RTSP, HDS, Smooth, MPEG-DASH, etc.) and can be distributed to various operators world wide.