Paris – January 22th, 2008 –
Anevia, French designer of the FLAMINGO DVB to IP Gateways and the TOUCAN VOD/nPVR servers today announced a 2007 record year, with more than 100 new customers and a 100% growth. Anevia confirms its strong development: turnover has grown 10-fold over the last 3 years only. Anevia technology is used at over 300 IPTV commercial deployments throughout 50 countries.
This outstanding performance comes from Anevia’s 2 main flagships product ranges: the FLAMINGO DVB to IP family of gateways for live channel streaming over IP, and the TOUCAN family of servers of On-Demand application such as VoD, nPVR, Pause TV, Catch Up TV or Start Over TV.
New customers include Telecom Italia France, The BBC, Tele2 of Sweden, Sierre Energie of Switzerland or City Inn in the UK. 2008 is even more promising with many exciting new projects.
“From inception in 2003, Anevia has become a reference in the IPTV and VOD arenas in just 4 years. 2007 has been exceptional, exceeding our expectations and improving customer satisfaction at the same time.” added Patrick Rabu, Anevia Sales Director.
Benefits from Anevia’ value proposition are strong : reduced deployment time, interoperability with major IPTV equipment providers –CAS/DRM, Middleware, Set Top Boxes-, feature richness, ease to use, disruptive innovating software approach versus legacy electronic-based solutions.
2008 will see some new milestones such as the opening of new sales and support offices as well as new product launch and major feature releases.
About Anevia :
Anevia is a telecom equipment vendor, specialising on the video element of Triple Play — Video on Demand, Television over IP, network PVR. Unlike traditional electronic solutions, the originality of Anevia’s approach is in having opted for an innovative software solution in its devices, which combine broadband and television. Broadcast meets broadband.
Technological disruption lies in the development of powerful algorithms for video processing. As a result, Anevia has been able to develop VOD servers and DVB to IP gateways that are more compact, cheaper and quicker to deploy.
Created in 2003 by members of VideoLAN VLC mediaplayer team, Anevia is a French firm whose main investor is CDC Entreprises Innovation. Anevia’s products have been deployed by worldwide telecom, xDSL and FTTH providers, broadcasters and system integrators.
More information on http://www.anevia.com