MediaPlatform One of 100 Companies That Matter Most in Online Video
LOS ANGELES – October 9, 2012 – MediaPlatform, Inc., the enterprise video software company, has been named to Streaming Media Magazine’s second annual list of “The 100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video.” The streaming media industry’s most important publication “focused only on companies for whom online video is in their DNA” this year, and a group of 11 experienced analysts chose MediaPlatform as one of the companies doing the “most interesting and innovative work in streaming video.”
MediaPlatform provides a complete online video solution with its enterprise YouTube portal and robust live streaming capabilities. Companies who are currently leveraging MediaPlatform technology include AT&T, Abbott Laboratories, Dow Chemical, General Mills, Motorola and Raytheon. A product demo site is featured on the MediaPlatform website along with a download providing more detail about the platform. Requests for live demos can be made on the website as well.
MediaPlatform offers complete enterprise functionality, management and security and is the only solution providing Flash, HTML5, HTTP, HDS, and HLS streaming to leverage all available enterprise network delivery options including IP Multicasting, Peer Assisted Multicasting, WAN Acceleration and Cloud-Based CDN and mobile devices to reach every employee with video and rich media presentations.
MediaPlatform pioneered a new approach to live video streaming that enables a pervasive delivery of presentations across virtually any type of scenario. Called MediaPlatform SmartPath, it provides a framework to define the particular set of media distribution and failover rules that make sense for an organization. This unique ability to stream to any end user on any device has been nominated for “Best Streaming Innovation” by the readers of Streaming Media magazine.
As thought leaders in the enterprise video space, MediaPlatform presents free live webinars each month on topics related to internal communications, video marketing, training/education portals and the importance of mobile video in the enterprise. The next webinar is October 25, 2012 at 2pm ET / 11am PT and the topic is “Launching an Internal Video Sharing Program.” Register for the event here.