Open source video platform developer Kaltura has added advanced cross-device video delivery functionalities to its suite of video applications for media companies.
Kaltura’s new solutions include SDKs and reference applications for Google TV, integration with the Xbox games console and out-of-the-box native reference applications for iOS and Android.
The company said the new capabilities and applications complement its existing mobile support and integrations with set-top boxes including Roku, Boxee and Flingo.
“Online video is increasingly becoming more complex behind the scenes – it’s not just about posting a video on a website anymore – today you need to ensure that your viewers can see your content on any device and in the optimal format,” said Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura’s chairman and CEO. “At Kaltura, we take the headache away from the customers, allowing them to focus on their business goals, while we take care of the technical complexities of watching any video on any device anywhere. The beauty of Kaltura’s open and flexible platform is that it is constantly evolving to support new devices, new formats and new technologies as they emerge. From the customers’ perspective, they can simply manage all content within the Kaltura Management Console, and from there distribute it across the web, to any device or distribution channel at the click of a button.”
Kaltura will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 3.A19k
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