Conviva Touts World Cup Traffic
Managed more than 200 million streams
By Glen Dickson -- Broadcasting & Cable, 7/14/2010 10:41:12 AM
Conviva, which also provided customers with real-time viewer measurement and diagnostics during all 64 World Cup matches, said that the live and on-demand streams reached more than 30 million unique viewers worldwide. The San Mateo, Calif.-based company, which provided its adaptive-bit rate technology and measurement services to NBC Olympics for its online coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics, also handled over three billion viewer minutes and, on the thirteenth day of the event, maintained nearly 1.5 million peak concurrent viewers simultaneously.
"The 2010 FIFA World Cup was an unprecedented leap ahead for the industry in terms of scale, and a significant milestone for Conviva," said Feher in a statement. "With a live event, you can't correct quality issues after the fact. We have proved time and time again how our real-time insights, diagnostics and remediation put customers in control of delivering the best online video quality."
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