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Cable Technology Feature Article

May 12, 2010

SeaChange Intros Intelligent Video Platform 2.0

By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributor

SeaChange International (News - Alert) Inc., provider of software applications, services and integrated solutions for video-on-demand, digital advertising, and content acquisition, monetization and management, recently announced customer availability of its Intelligent Video Platform 2.0.

According to company officials, support for Adobe's new Flash Player 10.1 software and Flash Access 2.0 content protection is now provided.

Also, the platform integrates Envivio's 4Caster C42 encoders and enables HTTP live and on-demand streaming to the Apple (News - Alert) iPad.

The Intelligent Video Platform's flexibility with on-demand content streaming to extend the business of on-demand television to set-tops, PCs, mobile phones and enable over-the-top video will be demonstrated at The Cable Show in Los Angeles.

SeaChange's market-leading standards-based Axiom On Demand content delivery system is combined by the open Intelligent Video Platform with its Axiom Adrenalin mobile video system.

This forms a modular solution which will deliver video-on-demand and advanced advertising to any screen, anywhere, with the help a single, integrated platform.

According to Yvette Kanouff president of SeaChange, the company's support for popular formats from Adobe and Apple along with Envivio (News - Alert) encoding which offers the critical assurance operators, need to deploy multi-screen services due to the dramatically increasing rate of video content being consumed over the Internet and on mobile devices.

Kanouff also said the company's support for Adobe and Apple with Envivio's leading solution underscores SeaChange's commitment to addressing operators' requirements for open delivery platforms. These feature an inherent flexibility to support multiple video streaming, DRM and encoding formats.

Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi