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Vimond Joins You.i TV Partner Program

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OTTAWA -- You.i TV, a global leader in video experience platforms, and Vimond, experts in the development of OTT video solutions, today announced Vimond’s entry into the You.i TV Partner Program as part of a joint commitment to accelerate global availability of superior, cross-platform video experiences.

You.i TV and Vimond are providing SVOD and TV Everywhere solutions with differentiated one-stop access to the front- and back-end elements needed to achieve direct-to-consumer success. The collaboration allows customers to leverage the combined power of the Vimond Platform, a multi-tenant architecture that includes tools and controls needed to manage and deliver multi-format OTT services, and the You.i Engine experience platform, which expedites availability of best-in-class video apps at scale.

Learn more about the joint You.i TV and Vimond solution by visiting the Vimond booth SU10105C at NAB 2017 in Las Vegas.

The Vimond Platform covers the full scope of OTT back-end operations -- from ingest and encoding to conditional access and business intelligence reporting -- providing a comprehensive environment that addresses creative, logistical, and business needs. Vimond provides the platform for many award-winning TV Everywhere services, including Thomson Reuters, Swedish TV4 Play, TV 2, RiksTV and NRK in Norway, MTV in Finland, and C-More in Northern Europe. Vimond has also delivered revolutionary SVOD services for iflix in SE Asia and for Comcast in the USA. All of these companies are market leaders and rely on Vimond’s leading edge products for their online TV services.

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