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Anevia’s shareholders have voted in favour of its acquisition of Keepixo, by agreeing to all the resolutions tabled by the board of directors.

Keepixo is a Grenoble-based company specialising in the development of video compression software for TV operators, to enable live or near-live broadcasts for multiscreen TV. Keepixo’s solutions have been sold to more than 150 clients worldwide, including 40 Tier-1 operators. In 2017, Keepixo recorded sales of €0.9 million and had 14 employees, most of whom are based in Grenoble.

“We are delighted to announce this acquisition, which is consistent with our drive to provide a comprehensive range of solutions, from encoding through to broadcasting and storage,” said Damien Lucas, Anevia co-founder and CTO. “Keepixo shares our innovative ADN and its solutions feature the most advanced technologies in Ultra HD and low-latency live broadcasting. This tie-up will strengthen our positioning at the heart of the OTT video value chain.”

“We have been working together for the last ten years and teaming up with Anevia was a natural step,” said Keepixo COO Jérôme Blanc. “Our complementary technologies will extend our range and enable us to offer a genuine end-to-end solution. We are proud to be joining Anevia. Together, we will be in a stronger position to meet our operator and broadcaster clients’ expectations and provide them with solutions for the entire OTT TV processing chain.”