Brightcove and Evergent partner to power subscription OTTTuesday, January 3rd, 2017
Brightcove and Evergent Partner to Power Subscription OTT Services for Leading Global Media Organizations
BOSTON — Brightcove, Inc. (NASDAQ: BCOV), a leading provider of cloud services for video, and Evergent Technologies announced a global partnership to accelerate the delivery and monetization of OTT and IPTV video services for broadcasters, operators and telcos looking to tap into the growing direct-to-consumer market opportunity for premium content.
The collaboration brings together Brightcove’s industry-leading video platform solutions and deep OTT experience with Evergent’s proven cloud-based service management solutions. Brightcove’s cloud video services and Evergent’s carrier-grade Cloud Business Management suite are used by media organizations around the world with recent success in supporting massive OTT viewership for broadcast customers in Europe and Asia.
“We are excited to add Evergent to Brightcove’s ecosystem,” said Anil Jain, EVP and GM of Brightcove’s Media Business. “Our collaboration with Evergent will extend both companies’ ability to provide sophisticated solutions to leading media companies looking to deliver global, direct-to-consumer subscription offerings.”
“OTT is rapidly becoming a strategic imperative for mobile carriers, broadband providers, cable operators, broadcasters, and content owners,” says Vijay Sajja, Evergent CEO. “Companies around the world are looking to Brightcove and Evergent for an enterprise-class, end-to-end solution to support them as they launch new OTT services.”
Brightcove and Evergent have announced their partnership with initial customers in the APAC region.
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