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Escrito por Redacción TNI el 11/04/2014 a las 16:51:37

VVIDIA, one of the world’s leading digital media technology startup, and simplyME a content distributor have joined forces to provide high-end original and localized video content in local languages to all U.S. subscribers across cable, IPTV, Dish networks. This will enable VVIDIA to cater to the US market with more in-demand content made in various languages with regional sensitivities and sensibilities.
VVIDIA is focused on the ideation and distribution of videos made exclusively for connected devices using its own multi patent pending platform - VIMEOX.
“There is a huge demand of original video content in local languages catering to consumers in the US. Market.  With VVIDIA’s innovative technology, we can fulfill this need and create a winning partnership to cater to the video consuming market.” Said Krystol Cameron, CEO at simplyME.
The number of connected people is growing at an unprecedented pace, however language still remains a barrier to enjoy all the benefits the internet has to offer. VVIDIA bridges this gap by serving videos in relevant languages, globally and across devices.  In addition, with, simplyME, VVIDIA’s technology will be able to deliver on-demand content to major brands such as Time Warner, NBC, ABC, Dish, ROKU, Verizon etc.
“So far, available online content is either in English, user generated or is only seen and repurposed from Hollywood, Bollywood or television channels.” Says Anshuman Pratap Chaudhary, Founder & CEO of VVIDIA “Revenues are low because available content does not cater to the needs of people surfing for entertainment, knowledge and information that appeals to their sensibilities which is an area that VVIDIA is addressing now using our advanced platform VIMEOX.  Our target is to reach a large subscriber base with around 100 million video views per month, by the end of 2014.” 
In a span of few months, VVIDIA has seen a huge up-take for ethnic video content across 180 countries enabled by their technology reaching any device, any network, any format.  The company has been extending its services into Asia Pacific, Africa, Europe and expanding into the Americas and Middle East.
Tecnonews -April 2014