iSIZE Technologies was interviewed by Digital Innovation to talk about its “New Phase of Growth” with two new members recently joining its executive board: Paul Massara, ex-CEO of NPower, and Maria Ingold, ex-CTO of Disney-Sony joint venture, FilmFlex Movies.
iSIZE is quickly gaining traction with several of the giant technology companies, social media companies, telecom companies and cloud providers, all currently evaluating BitSave precoding technology to be licensed and used within their streaming services or that of their clients. Today, the technology is available on iSIZE’s SaaS platform bitsave.tech, but they are in the process of getting it to cloud marketplace, making the products more readily available to the wider streaming community.
In addition, iSIZE’s BitSave, BitClient and BitMind products have huge potential to revolutionize the way that video streaming content can be interpreted, processed and viewed in a sustainable and energy-efficient way on any device anywhere in the world. Part of the BitClient technology solves the problem of being able to view content seamlessly and without loss of quality while the device is in the power saving mode, allowing for further bitrate saving and quality optimization. The first demos and pilots have already been delivered to clients, with the product expected to hit the market later this year.
Having gone from strength to strength since its launch four years ago, iSIZE Technologies aims to break new ground in 2020, hence the appointment of two new, highly experienced members to its executive board. Commenting on the news, Sergio Grce, CEO at iSIZE Technologies, said, “We are very pleased to have both Paul and Maria on board here at iSIZE. With years of commercial and technical experience under their belts, these appointments demonstrate our accelerated growth trajectory as we continue to expand our corporate horizons in 2020.
“With Paul’s impressive business acumen and Maria’s technical credentials on side, we are confident that iSIZE will continue to flourish as we look to make our mark in the streaming sector in 2020.”