Alpha Networks acquires video player and analytics provider VeygoThursday, February 17th, 2022
Alpha Networks Acquires Multiscreen Secure Video Player And Analytics Provider Veygo To Boost Its Positioning On The Video Market
BRAINE L’ALLEUD, Belgium — Alpha Networks, a leading provider in software solutions for the video distribution market, announced today the acquisition of Veygo, a French tech company specialized in the delivery of a secure player for the video industry.
Alpha Networks and Veygo have been successfully collaborating over the last 5 years for the deployment of ambitious projects for operators and media companies in Europe and Latam, including TeleCentro, a major cable operator in Argentina.
Veygo Meta_Player is a secure video player enabling premium live and VOD content delivery and playback with multi device HTML5 and native applications, providing intelligent real-time monitoring of the Quality of Service and consumer behaviour. The solution is pre-integrated with Tucano, Alpha Networks modular video software and enables a compelling viewer experience.
In addition to ensuring an even improved level of monitoring of the streaming platform for Alpha Networks’ customers, the acquisition of Veygo opens the door to the expansion of the business in other markets, notably the US where the player has already been deployed, and different segments, such as live event formats.
“Veygo has been a trusted partner for Alpha Networks, and it has concretely set the benchmark for multi-DRM secure video players, by allowing us to deliver best-in-class solutions to our customers. We believe this acquisition will help us reinforce the technological prowess of every component of our video platforms and operating leverage, as we continue to innovate with our products” – Guillaume Devezeaux, CEO at Alpha Networks
Jean-Christophe Perier, founder of Veygo, noted: “We’re happy to be part of the Alpha Networks’ Group. The acquisition will enable us to deliver enhanced features and accelerate the deployment of our solution on different regions relying on the global footprint of Alpha Networks and the pre-integration with its products”