ClearFlow Video Content Management and Delivery Solution
With major content brands like HBO, Verizon, TWC, the Food Network and Travel Channel using Clearleap, this vendor has little left to prove. But with its ClearFlow cloud-based solution, Clearleap has raised the bar—on itself. ClearFlow not only enables and accelerates the delivery of video across platforms, alleviating the complexity of multiscreen video logistics, but it gives customers a way to centrally manage, format, and prepare large libraries of video content and metadata stored in the cloud. And they can do that while applying Nielsen’s C3 ratings. Impressive.
Honorable Mentions
ARRIS Group, Inc. – ARRIS WorkAssure Field Service Management
WorkAssure helps operators improve productivity, reliability and quality to foster higher quality service, fewer outages and errors, improved provisioning, and more effective problem resolution.
Cablevision – Optimum Multi-Room DVR
Cablevision was the first to launch a cloud-based DVR and continues to pioneer, overcoming technical obstacles and forging several technical breakthroughs along the way.
Cisco Systems – Videoscape Unity
Born out of Cisco’s NDS deal, Videoscape Unity creates synchronized multi-screen video experiences leveraging the cloud—with stellar results already for client Cox communications.
SeaChange International – SeaChange Cloud Adrenalin multi-screen service
TiVo Advanced Television Solutions
As ops increasingly embrace the network DVR and other cloud-based multiplatform services, TiVo has increasingly become a vital part of the ecosystem—expanding its integration with existing set tops and fast becoming a go-to vendor.

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