Press for Elemental Technologies
Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of video solutions for multiscreen content delivery, and Columbus Communications Inc., a retail and wholesale telecommunications company in the Caribbean and Latin America, today announced that Columbus is the latest service provider to use Elemental® Live to power the encoding of content for its new multiscreen video services. The expanded services, slated for rollout in September, will provide the region’s cable subscribers with unparalleled access to live television and on-demand video on a variety of connected viewing devices. The win is the most recent for Elemental as it expands its business into the service provider market and follows last year’s announcements with Comcast and Avail-TVN.
Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of video solutions for multiscreen content delivery, today announced that it raised $13 million in Series C financing led by Norwest Venture Partners (NVP). NVP joins existing investors General Catalyst, Voyager Capital and Steamboat Ventures, who also participated in the round.
Dell today announced Dell Deliver, its first-ever Content Delivery Platform (CDP) that allows network providers to sell Content Delivery Network (CDN) services to the enterprise as well as manage the on-demand delivery of any video to any screen quickly, efficiently and at low cost. Offering network operators a new, easier path to CDN ownership, Dell Deliver is built on Dell PowerEdge 12th generation servers and software from EdgeCast Networksand Elemental Technologies.
Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of video processing solutions for multiscreen content delivery, today announced it will be showcased in more than ten partner booths at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) annual conference and exhibition in Las Vegas, April 16-19. Partners planning to highlight Elemental on the show floor include Adobe, Akamai, ATTO, AuthenTec, Dell, Dolby Laboratories Incorporated, DTS, EMC Isilon, NVIDIA, SRS Labs, Supermicro, Toshiba and Verimatrix.