Bergen– August 16th, 2021 – Vimond, the world’s leading provider of streaming and content management platform software for media companies in the broadcast industry, announced today that they have recently joined the DPP. The DPP is the media industry’s business network, linking companies and industry experts across all areas of the media content supply chain.
“As a company with highly skilled OTT experts, it is important for Vimond to both contribute and learn from other industry experts. A membership with the DPP made total sense for us where we can meet other members that share an interest in solving the same challenges”.
says Fredrik Gunnestad, CCO at Vimond.
Mark Harrison, DPP Managing Director, says:
"We are absolutely delighted to welcome Vimond as our newest member. With their valuable knowledge in helping companies manage and distribute live and on-demand video content, we are sure that the DPP community and our future work will benefit from their input and expertise.”
About Vimond Media Solutions:
Established in 2011 and based in Bergen, Norway, Vimond powers services from world-leading online TV brands, such as Comcast, Thomson Reuters,TV 2, iflix, and leading broadcasters and service providers globally. Vimond offers a modular, browser-based, online video platform with a highly efficient workflow for delivery of OTT live streams and VOD. On top of this Vimond also offers a browser-based video editing tool made to meet the increasing demands of efficient post-production in the newsroom space. Vimond helps broadcasters and content owners succeed in the modern world of television. Backed by powerful products and comprehensive experience, Vimond build flexible, modular OTT solutions, providing the platform for many award-winning "TV Everywhere" services, including Thomson Reuters, Comcast, Swedish TV4 Play 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. All of these companies are market leaders and rely on Vimond products for their online TV services.