Jan 19, 2017
NexStreaming has announced today that its flagship product, NexPlayer SDK is now pre-integrated to support Yospace’s Dynamic Ad Insertion platform. From now on, video service providers and broadcasters will be able to monetize their video apps and ensure their viewers enjoy the best user experience and even easier implementation, thanks to this pre-integration of the two products.Yospace’s server-side Dynamic Ad Insertion technology allows broadcasters to replace ads in linear streams when viewed online, in a way that reflects the seamlessness of broadcast television. Replacement ads can be targeted to ensure relevancy to each viewer, which brings great benefits to advertisers and end-customers alike, who reap the rewards of an improved video experience. NexPlayer SDK is the leading multiscreen player for mobile apps and it is integrated by premium video service providers from all around the globe. Its streaming capabilities provide the best video quality across all mobile devices with an advanced features set that includes closed-captioning, time shifting, multiple audio tracks or the possibility to launch media content into large screens with Chromecast, integrated into the player itself.Carlos Lucas, General Manager of NexPlayer SDK said: “It is great to combine our technologies with a market proven Dynamic Ad Insertion solution like Yospace’s. Together, we aim to deliver the most advanced streaming and ad insertion capabilities that will benefit video service providers, advertisers and end-customers alike”David Springall, CTO of Yospace, added: “Many of our customers have chosen NexPlayer for its high performance and because it is on the forefront of streaming technology. Our service, which unlocks incredible revenue opportunities in live sports and VOD streaming alike, is further enhanced by client-side functionality such as clickable ads and beaconing. This announcement means that customers choosing NexStreaming will benefit from the simplicity of integration of our pre-integrated technologies into their mobile applications.”
NexStreaming is a global mobile software company with headquarters in Seoul (Korea) and branches in Spain, the US, Taiwan and China. NexStreaming is known for its excellent customer support and highly competitive time to market. The flagship product is NexPlayer SDK, an HLS player SDK integrated in the mobile apps of more than 200 premium video service providers around the globe. NexPlayer SDK secures the best user experience in all Android and iOS devices.NexStreaming is a publicly traded company listed on the Korean stock market, KOSDAQ 139670. For more information, visit nexstreaming.comAbout YospaceYospace is at the forefront of innovation in broadcast stream manipulation and management (live and Video On Demand). Its Dynamic ad insertion technology provides a link between playout systems and ad platforms, enabling server-side, frame-accurate ad insertion/replacement. Through the management of each individual user session, advertising can be tailored to the tastes of the individual viewer.Yospace services major broadcasters and network operators throughout the world, including DirecTV and Canal 13 in the Americas, Sky Media, ITV, Channel 4, BT Sport, STV and UTV in the UK, BFMTV, Medialaan, TV4, TV3 and TG4 in mainland Europe, and Seven West Media, Channel 9 and Network Ten in Asia-Pacific. www.yospace.com
Yospace is the foremost provider of server-side ad insertion (SSAI) technology in the world today. Its solution allows live streams and on demand (VoD) content to be monetized for OTT in a way that is true to the seamless viewer experience of linear television, while opening up benefits of digital advertising such as one-to-one addressability and real-time measurement.
Yospace was the first to publicly demonstrate SSAI in a live stream, with ITV in 2012, and today services major broadcasters and network operators across the globe, including DIRECTV and FOX in the USA; Sky Media, ITV, BT Sport, Channel 4 and STV in the UK; Telia and TV4 in Sweden; Optus, Nine, and Seven West Media in Australia.
In early 2019 Yospace was 100% acquired by RTL Group.