Video contribution specialists Nevion and T-Vips are set to merge in a move that will see existing Nevion head Geir Bryn-Jensen becoming CEO of the new company.
The merger is structured as a cash and shares transaction. No further financial details of the deal are set to be revealed. Bryn-Jensen’s management team will include senior managers from bogth companies, including Eugene Keane, Nils Fredriksen, Petter Kvaal Djupvik, Johnny Dolvik, Janne Morstøl and Arnhild Schia.
Johnny Dolvik, CEO of T-VIPS, said: “Joining forces with Nevion will give us critical mass, increased market presence and enables us to realise our shared vision to shape the future of media transport right across the media value chain. It makes a real statement to the market. We have a complementary culture of innovation and a vision that we believe will resonate and bring benefits to our customers and partners. We’re very excited by this opportunity and are very much looking forward to working with our new colleagues to realise our joint vision.”
Bryn-Jensen, CEO of Nevion, added: “With the explosion in global media consumption and the growing need for broadcasters and service providers to deliver media content quickly on multiple platforms, the timing of our merger makes perfect sense. Now is the right time to profit from the rapid shift towards media networking over IP, deliver the new generation of optical transport and enable the emerging media delivery business models.”
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22 October 2020 @ 10:11:42 UTC