In 2021, Insys Video Technologies contributed to the implementation of several platforms for clients operating in completely different fields - proving that the opportunities offered by modern video technology are not limited to a single industry.
A Greek state broadcaster, ERT, has partnered up with Insys Video Technologies and Telmaco S. A. to launch a brand-new version of their live TV and VOD platform, ERTFLIX.
The widespread availability of mobile devices, access to a high-speed Internet connection, and the increasing popularity of video content have driven significant growth in the global video streaming market. In 2021, VoD (video on demand) services revenue was estimated at 61 billion USD.
Olympique Lyonnais, one of the most successful football clubs in France from the Ligue 1 Uber Eats football division, has launched a brand-new version of its over-the-top (OTT) streaming service, OLPLAY.
Ultimate Pool Group, the organizer of Professional English Eightball Pool events featuring the world’s top players, launched a video streaming platform. Service streams live 8-Ball pool tournaments and gives access to an archive of previously broadcast and streamed events. The platform offers free and paid videos for login users. Paid content is available by buying a ticket to a single event or the whole season pass. Tournaments are held once a month and last 3 days.
Insys Video Technologies has implemented a fully branded OTT solution based on InsysGO for one of the biggest local cable television in Poland - Petrus.
Insys Cloud Multi DRM is a secure, scalable, and serverless architecture based on AWS cloud for users of AWS Media Services, is now available in AWS Marketplace
Insys Video Technologies announced support for the AWS for Media & Entertainment to accelerate the creation of media video workflows and migration to innovative cloud-based infrastructure.