If you’re keeping track of leaders in video servers, this news may be important to you. Concurrent has been ranked as the current leader, according to research from Current Analysis (News - Alert), thanks to its latest solution’s edge over competing systems.
According to the On Demand Video Servers Product Assessment from Current Analysis, Concurrent’s MediaHawk VX Unified Video Solution has enough edges over those from competing companies to give it the edge. It was ranked highest in scalability, functionality, reliability, market traction, and even environmental friendliness – quite a nice score, all things considered.
Furthermore, thanks to Concurrent’s stream density, automated fault resilience features and multiscreen video functionality, it has presented several capabilities that help move it to the top.
It also comes with support for open CDN interface standards, and integrated dynamic content repackaging.
“We are excited that Current Analysis has once again recognized our market leading position in the highly competitive video server marketplace,” said Dan Mondor, Concurrent’s president and CEO. “We are acutely focused on the challenges facing our customers as they launch new multi-screen services. Our unified video and media data solutions are designed to make it easier for operators to expand existing services, launch new services, and reach any device, over any network with revenue generating video. We consider our top ranked position with Current Analysis to be a validation of our hard work and a testament to the strength of our video server portfolio.”
Concurrent’s on demand video servers have proven effective and powerful, earning it a place at the top of the food chain. On-demand video is big and growing even bigger, so this is a nice market to stand out in.
We can look forward to seeing even more innovation and improved features not only from Concurrent, but all its competitors in the market, soon enough.
Edited by Braden Becker