Verizon Digital Media Services Launches Advanced Video Technology To Improve Content Delivery And En

"Verizon Digital Media Services is a premium service provider in the market, and the addition of A2Zlogix technology further differentiates Verizon's service offerings with customers," said John Galluzzo, vice president of sales and business development, A2Zlogix. VBR uses sophisticated patented algorithms based on optical-flow technology to selectively remove artifacts such as excessive film grain and noise, reducing the video file sizes and bandwidth requirements while preserving the quality of the video. This improves efficiencies in video transmission and storage and improves the end-user experience. VBR integrates seamlessly into the existing video delivery services offered by VDMS and adds a compelling enhancement that is new to the market. Verizon Digital Media Services offers enterprises a suite of robust and flexible end-to-end video solutions for best-in-class TV Everywhere and superior over-the-top experiences. Built on one of the world's most advanced networks with a video-optimized platform, Verizon Digital Media Services delivers a vast range of content management and delivery services with carrier-grade quality, reliability, security and scale. For more information about Digital Media Services, visit .

Ross Levinsohn departs Guggenheim Digital Media | VentureBeat | Media | by Mark Sullivan

Image Credit: Wikipedia Please make sure both your and your friend's emails are valid. Send to: Separate multiple addresses with commas Subject: Check out this article! Your Name: Send me a copy of this email Invalid Captcha, please re-enter Privacy Policy Ross Levinsohn, a known name in Internet and media circles, has made his exit from Guggenheim Digital Media after failing to acquire a popular streaming service, namely Vevo orHulu. Guggenheim Digital Media is an investment firm and part of Guggenheim Partners, which manages what it saysis $171 billion in Guggenheim family assets. Levinsohn landed there last January . He was charged with investing in digital properties and watching overPrometheus Global Media, a publishing group featuring such titles as the Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, and Adweek.