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Multi-screen video

Envivio Powers First Cloud Video Service in China

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Consumers in Beijing, China may be soon getting their multi-screen video services from the cloud using Envivio’s cloud video solution. Envivio (NASDAQ: ENVI) today announced that it has deployed the first cloud video transcoding service in China for Beijing Gehua CATV Network Co., Ltd. (BGCTV), marking the first multi-screen video service offered by a Chinese cable network operator using a cloud solution, and the largest multi-screen cable service offered in China, estimated to reach 3 million subscribers.

Envivio’s software-based video solutions bring the video quality and reliability operators need to monetize multi-screen services -- with unparalleled flexibility, ease-of-use, and time-to-market.

For this unprecedented deployment, BGCTV is using Envivio Muse encoding software. Muse encoders are powering BGCTV’s multi-screen service that offers BGCTV’s 150 SD channels and 50 HD video channels to connected TVs, PCs, smartphones, ipads, etc.

Envivio’s software-based video solutions support the full range of standards, resolutions and profiles, including latest generation HEVC (H.265) compression as well as AVC (H.264) and MPEG-2. For mobile applications, content can be streamed in Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), Microsoft Smooth Streaming, Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) or MPEG-DASH formats. The SaaS solution provides superior quality of experience, works on any device, over any network, anywhere, with carrier-grade quality and reliability that video service providers demand.

Live linear and on-demand content can be simultaneously delivered to most high-engagement platforms such as Apple TV, XBox, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS/Android tablets, and smart TVs. Envivio’s virtualized software has been commercially deployed on a large scale at a leading U.S. cable operator, and at a tier 1 operator in Europe for live OTT channels delivered to the main television screen.

Envivio Inc. (NASDAQ: ENVI)

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