Selevision opts for Voddler streaming technology | OTT | News | Rapid TV News
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Middle East-based broadcast and online channel provider Selevision has selected Sweden’s Voddler Group to optimise its customers’ over-the-top (OTT) video streaming experience.

Dr. Raed Khusheim CEO of SelevisionSelevision will make use of Voddler’s hybrid peer-assisted and secure delivery to its global technology platform, which is designed to expand the reach of streaming video servers while maintaining bitrate and quality of service.

“Providing the best possible viewing experience for the end user is vital to us, regardless of which of our entertainment services they are using and wherever they may be viewing from,” explained Raed Khusheim, CEO, Selevision.

“To maintain our leading position, we are continually innovating behind the scenes. Voddler’s ability to offer broadcast quality content limitlessly offers real advantages in driving up the quality of experience,” he added. “One of the particular challenges for OTT services in the Gulf region is the high demand for mobile consumption, with mobile penetration rates in Saudi Arabia exceeding 168%. While VoddlerNet provides service quality improvements across all networks, it has specific functionality which allows greater support even on mobile devices without impairing performance.”

Adam Lewis, CEO of Voddler Group, also remarked: “Selevision already reaches millions of viewers. We want to help them continue their growth while maintaining the quality and responsiveness for which the platform is famous. Expectations of technical quality as well as access to rich content are very high, and VoddlerNet enables Selevision to meet these expectations cost-effectively, without massive investment in edge servers and content delivery networks.”