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2G & 3G Still Matter

Our Rithm™ AI-based transcoding solution optimizes video
streaming and decreases video start times, improving the reach of mobile
devices in bandwidth constrained environments like 2G/3G and
4G

  • 5B Mobile Subscribers Globally
  • 71% mobile network 2G/3G
  • Mobile video streaming is due to drive a 7x increase in mobile data traffic by 2023

Rithm advantage

HUMAN DATASET AI ENCODING

Rithm makes great looking video by using high quality human subjective data in its AI encoder.

INCREASED REVENUE, RETENTION AND PERFORMANCE

Rithm improves ABR video start times, reduces buffering, and saves bandwidth on average 45% over leading encoders.

EASY TO USE, SEAMLESS INTEGRATION

Portal and RESTful API options make encoding fast and easy. Simply upload files to Rithm or integrate Rithm securely into your existing workflow. Built on AWS, Rithm is reliable, scalable and secure.

14% of all video on the internet is abandoned because of slow start times

Rithm starts video 45% faster on average

For every $100M in lost advertising and subscriber revenue, Rithm recoups $45M in revenue

Reduce video start times with Rithm

Rithm reduces startup times 45% on average

Buffering is a consumer’s number one complaint. A 2-second increase in start-up time can result in 50% of viewers abandoning the video. (IBM 2016)

Video encoded with Rithm, our AI cloud transcoder, starts faster and buffers less. Whether it is sports or advertising, Rithm fixes this problem without compromising video quality.

Rithm AI Cloud Transcoder Compared to Amazon Elastic Transcoder

The example video below demonstrates the Rithm Transcoder’s content-adaptive technology. Rithm is able to drive bitrate down depending on the complexity of the video.

One of the two videos sharing the split screen above uses 32% less bandwidth than the other side. Can you tell which side is more compressed?

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