iSIZE Start Up snapshot

FEED Magazine: Start-up Snapshot

iSize In The Press

iSIZE was recently featured in the latest edition of FEED magazine. In the article, CEO Sergio Grce discusses how the company was founded and how iSIZE’s technology can improve the quality of video streaming while reducing its carbon footprint. With over 80% of internet traffic being video, the amount of emissions generated from video streaming has become a significant concern. …

deep perceptual optimization for video encoding

Deep perceptual optimization for video encoding

iSize Events, Technical Articles

This blog is based on a presentation made by Dr Yiannis Andreopoulos of iSIZE, as part of the Stanford Compression Workshop 2021. The complete presentation can be seen in the video below:   Video now makes up the vast bulk of internet traffic, in terms of bandwidth. Consequently, in the continuing search for efficiency and capacity, there is much interest …

Start-up iSize sizes up against SSIMWave in video precoding

iSize In The Press

by Tommy Flanagan, Faultline Editor and Rethink TV Analyst, December 3, 2020 After seeing the word ‘precoding’ emblazoned on the website of video compression start-up iSize Technologies, Faultline dialed into this week’s briefing with immense skepticism. An hour later, we left having been mostly convinced that video precoding is much more than a marketing construct – albeit one with opportunities …

iSize Technologies’ BitSave Achieves Cost, Bitrate Savings With Intel AI-Enabled CPUs

iSize In The Press

by Phil Kurz, TVTechnology, November 30, 2020 BitSave precoding technology leveraging Intel Xeon Scalable Processors can reduce bitrate 25% LONDON—iSize Technologies has formed a strategic partnership with Intel to achieve a five-times improvement in speed performance using Intel’s AI-enabled CPUs to reduce streaming cost and achieve a 25% bitrate savings, the company said. The performance enhancement made possible by iSize …

Is Online Video Streaming Killing the Internet -- and the Environment?

Is Online Video Streaming Killing the Internet — and the Environment?

iSize In The Press

by Ariel Shapira, Entrepreneur, November 20, 2020 Video service providers must explore sustainable ways to deliver streaming video content without sacrificing quality. What comes to mind when the topic of “online video consumption” gets brought up? Do you immediately think of streaming platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo? Do you think of the ever-popular social networks, such as Tik Tok, …