Solutions and Whitepapers
Discover the power of Quickplay’s managed services for connecting premium video and powerful distribution to deliver superior Next Generation viewing experiences in the home and on the go.
With support for nearly 700 live TV channels, Quickplay is among the world leading providers of premium live TV content to any device.
Quickplay processes 25,000 hours of VOD content every month. With secure connections to over 200 premium content providers, Quickplay manages one of the world’s largest VOD libraries in the world.
Much more than encoding, Quickplay’s powerful workflow capabilities and services enrich your content including extensive meta data processing capabilities.
Scaling OTT Video Profitably with Managed Services
This White Paper addresses the financial and operational limitations operators face when launching and growing an OTT service and the benefits of software-defined video under a managed services model.
The Road to True TV Everywhere
Brought to you by Quickplay, Heavy Reading’s Aditya Kishore and Alan Breznick explore what it takes to deliver a true TV Everywhere experience.
Build at Your Own Risk
In conjunction with IDC’s Analyst Connection, Quickplay explores the complexity of deploying multiscreen video services and the advantages of using a managed service model.
Encoding is Not Enough
Why encoding alone is not enough to ensure a high quality viewing experience on all devices and suggests an alternative that will bring you the most ROI from your multiscreen video offerings.
Reports and Infographics
Consumer Survey Report
Do consumers prefer to watch live TV and VOD on their devices? How do they interact with content? Will they tolerate advertising or will they pay a premium for multiscreen video?
UK Mobile TV/Video Report
The Market Tools survey conducted by Redshift Research for Quickplay found live sports content drives sustained increase in mobile video consumption. Over 84% of UK mobile subscribers between the ages of 18-44 who watched a major sporting event on mobile device reported increased mobile video consumption than before.