Anevia announces the definitive acquisition of Keepixo

Anevia announces the definitive acquisition of Keepixo

Anevia’s shareholders voted in favor of the operation

Anevia’s shareholders voted massively in favor of all the resolutions tabled by the Board of Directors at Anevia’s AGM, which was held in Gentilly on Thursday, 12 April with a quorum of 75.02%. This definitively sealed Anevia’s acquisition of Keepixo.

 

“We are delighted to announce this acquisition, which is consistent with our drive to provide a comprehensive range of solutions, from encoding through to broadcasting and storage. Keepixo shares our innovative ADN and its solutions feature the most advanced technologies in ultra HD and low-latency live broadcasting. This tie-up will strengthen our positioning at the heart of the OTT video value chain”, says Damien Lucas, Anevia’s co-founder and CTO.

 

“We have been working together for the last 10 years and teaming up with Anevia was a natural step. Our complementary technologies will extend our range and enable us to offer a genuine end-to-end solution. We are proud to be joining Anevia. Together, we will be in a stronger position to meet our operator and broadcaster clients’ expectations and provide them with solutions for the entire OTT TV processing chain” adds Keepixo’s COO Jérôme Blanc.

 

Keepixo

Keepixo is a Grenoble-based company specializing in the development of video compression software for TV operators, to enable live or near-live broadcasts for multi-screen TV. Keepixo’s solutions have been sold to more than 150 clients worldwide, including 40 Tier-1 operators. In 2017, Keepixo recorded sales of €0.9m and had 14 employees, most of whom are based in Grenoble.


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