Giraffic Adaptive Video Acceleration boosts LG Smart TVs

Monday, October 19th, 2015
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Giraffic Adaptive Video Acceleration Boosts LG Electronics Smart TV Performance

  • LG 2015 webOS TVs to Launch with AVA This Fall

TEL AVIV, Israel — Giraffic announced today that LG has implemented Giraffic’s Adaptive Video Acceleration™ (AVA) technology in its 2015 webOS TV product lines to enhance digital content streaming, performance and delivery speeds, while eliminating buffering interruptions. Giraffic’s unique “stream-cleaning” technology exponentially improves the efficiency of video streams, allowing for a viewing experience in the highest possible quality.

AVA - MPEG-DASH Performance

LG’s webOS TVs equipped with Giraffic’s AVA exhibit outstanding performances for Adaptive Streaming, progressive download and UHD 4K. AVA guarantees a state-of-the-art video streaming experience with improved performance and robustness of adaptive streaming protocols including HLS, Smooth Streaming and MPEG-DASH, as demonstrated below.

“We’re excited to partner with LG, a company that is at the forefront of innovation and technology,” said Yoel Zanger, CEO and founder of Giraffic. “With Giraffic’s Adaptive Video Acceleration technology, LG customers will own the most technologically advanced TVs that will provide the highest quality video streaming experience.”

LG’s 2015 webOS TVs with AVA will be available to consumers this fall, and previously purchased 2015 models can be supported with a firmware update.

AVA, has been deployed in over tens of millions of Smart TV devices across 120 countries, handling millions of daily video streams. The technology is the largest field-proven device-side video acceleration solution – bridging the gap between the broadcast TV experience and boundaries of Internet video.