The vendor was awarded the merit for its work on HTML5 for the presentation of online content on the TV screen. In particular, Vewd won this award for its work to develop scalable products based on web standards, that enable the mass deployment of OTT, Hybrid TV and full television experiences in homes worldwide.
Over 300 Million connected TV devices from more than 50 customers across nearly 170 countries now use Vewd products that incorporate this innovation.
The award will be presented at the 71st annual technology and engineering Emmy Awards, which take place, in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), at the NAB Show at the Wynn Encore Hotel and Spa on Sunday, April 19, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.
In accepting the award, Aneesh Rajaram, CEO of Vewd, said: “This award is a huge honour for Vewd as it validates our primary goal of enabling TV content to be viewed everywhere. Ever since we engineered our software to bring connected TV experiences to the industry’s first Smart TV, we have believed in and executed passionately toward furthering the promise of OTT and Hybrid TV.
“While we’d always be grateful to our customers and partners around the world who have placed their trust in our products for over a decade, today we’d like to specially honour and celebrate our employees, who contribute relentlessly to building and deploying products that realise our global mission.
“This recognition by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences affirms our commitment to broadening our product portfolio to take the future of television to greater heights.”
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