Star India has announced to fund USD 6.5 million in media tech company Zapr Media Labs. This has been done by Zapr by offering a third tranche of its Series A shares to Star India‘s parent company Star US Holdings.
As per a report by PwC India and Data Security Council of India (DSCI), the cybersecurity market in the country will have an annual growth of 15.6 per cent and rise to USD 3.05 billion by 2022 from USD 1.97 billion in 2019.
Nazara Technologies, the country’s leading interactive gaming and sports media company, will invest up to $20 million in startups in India, Africa and Middle East in 2020.
To take a pie of the ever increasing cloud gaming market, the tech major Google has launched Stadia cloud service that will enable users to play console-quality video games on a web browser or smartphone.
To have BARC type ratings for OTT segment, the market research company Kantar has joined hands with VTION. This will be India’s first continuous ‘OTT Audience Measurement’ solution.
The tech major Irdeto has partnered with Amlogic (fabless semiconductor company) and Skyworth Digital (world’s largest set-top box (STB) manufacturer), to launch a production-ready hybrid STB reference design under Google’s Android TV program.
The Kudelski Group company & provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, Nagra has partnered with KAON, provider in broadband customer premise equipment (CPE) and connected home solutions.
More than 250 TV channels globally are using next-generation cloud solutions offered by Amagi, a global leader in cloud-based technology for TV and OTT broadcasters.
Side Ad Insertion (SSAI) technology will now allow leading video streaming platform Hooq’s advertisers to broadcast their ads effectively and at the same time. Hooq customers can now enjoy premium quality, seamless viewing experience when watching.
Weighing the increasing importance of artificial intelligence (AI), the Govt. of Telangana has declared that 2020 will be the year of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to promote its use in various sectors such as agriculture, urban transportation and healthcare.
The cloud service provider, Web Werks is planning to attract M&E companies wanting to store their content remotely.
The video software tech major Synamedia has partnered with Discovery, Inc. and has become its virtualised Digital Content Manager (DCM).
Digital sound major Dolby has partnered with the leading OTT platform Eros Now and will offer Dolby Vision ultra-vivid imaging technology and Dolby Atmos immersive audio on selected content.
The leading kids subscription company Paper Boat Apps has got Rs. 83.5 crore funding from online game major Nazara Technologies. Paper Boat Apps is the creator and publisher of Kiddopia, a subscription-based preschool edutainment app.
The TV ad tech major Amagi has partnered with ShortsTV. Amagi, which offers cloud-based technology for TV and OTT broadcasters, will deploy Amagi’s Cloudport onto the UK based ShortsTV across its US markets.
To cash in on the opportunities in Indian broadcastings sector, Canada based video tech firm Nextologies is planning to further expand in India.
To give an impetus to entrepreneurship in India, the social media platform Facebook has announced to invest in technology startups. It has already invested in Meesho.
The tech major Amazon is constantly innovating to keep people hooked to its products. After launching hands-free Alexa (Echo Ear buds), it has now unveiled 11 other smart devices including smart ring, eyeglasses, earbuds, new speakers, new Echo Dot.
Now users in the USA can use Alexa ear buds, as tech major Amazon has launched the new hand-free device to allow users not to leave home without Alexa.
Kaltura, the leading video technology provider, has partnered with leading OTT platform Zee5 and has deployed the Kaltura TV Platform Player to enable Zee5 offer improved streaming experience.
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