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Convivia Inks Deal With M-Go

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SAN MATEO, Calif. -- Conviva, the leader in preemptive video optimization and big data video analytics technologies, and M-GO, the people-friendliest new digital entertainment service, today announced a partnership to help bring M-GO customers everywhere the best viewing experience in digital media through Conviva technology.

The partnership will leverage Conviva’s real-time, per-viewer video quality metrics and preemptive optimization to enable M-GO to further deliver the highest-quality video experience for consumers—without buffering, failed startups, stalling or choppiness during playback.

M-GO’s pay-as-you-go streaming service helps people find, rent, buy and enjoy digital entertainment on any of the devices they use—TVs, iPads, tablets, Blu-ray players, streaming players, Macs, PCs and soon game consoles and smartphones. Consumers in the U.S. can get access to thousands of new releases, classic movies and commercial-free TV shows on M-GO—in both standard and high definition—paying only for the movies and TV shows they want without needing to commit to subscription fees.

“Because our focus is, and will always be, centered on the consumer, providing high-quality viewing experiences is a top priority for us,” said Christophe Louvoin, CTO of M-GO. “At M-GO we seek out best-in-class technology and are pleased to partner with Conviva to ensure the M-GO service will lead the market in delivering the best entertainment streaming at home and on the go.”

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