ACTON, Mass. -- SeaChange International (NASDAQ: SEAC), a leading global multi-screen video software innovator, today announced that two additional multiple system video service providers in North America and Latin America have selected the SeaChange Adrenalin multi-screen video platform. One of these new green field customers has also selected SeaChange’s Nitro multi-screen user experience software.
SeaChange CEO Raghu Rau commented, “The strong pace in Adrenalin uptake among existing SeaChange customers and, increasingly, new customers underscores how our strategic execution is delivering the gold standard in multi-screen software solutions. More and more service providers around the world recognize that our unparalleled innovation will help them get to market faster with exciting services to subscribers at home and on the go.”
SeaChange’s Adrenalin software has been selected by 38 video service providers who serve tens of millions of subscribers worldwide. Adrenalin is an open, service-oriented architecture software that serves millions of assets to any video device across multiple network types deployed in a network or hosted model. The latest version of Adrenalin includes the ability to deploy from a centralized location, has a new Linux-based platform, and supports a virtualized environment enabling automatic installations and upgrades.
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