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Move Networks

movenetworks.com

Founded Year

2000

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$60.3M

About Move Networks

Move Networks aims to deliver broadcast-quality streaming over the internet for leading broadcasters and media publishers through end-to-end video delivery services. Move Networks products manage video capture and ingestion through the final viewing experience.

Headquarters Location

2211 E. Michelson Drive Suite 650

Irvine, California, 92612,

United States

949-203-3500

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Move Networks Patents

Move Networks has filed 1 patent.

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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

2/9/2007

10/19/2010

Audio codecs, Videotelephony, Video codecs, Speech codecs, Network protocols

Grant

Application Date

2/9/2007

Grant Date

10/19/2010

Title

Related Topics

Audio codecs, Videotelephony, Video codecs, Speech codecs, Network protocols

Status

Grant

Latest Move Networks News

US Enterprises Flock to SDN Technologies to Move Networks to the Cloud

Jul 15, 2020

SDN technologies also can help enterprises manage and use new technologies such as intent-based networks, artificial intelligence , rapid hot spot provisioning and self-healing networks, the report says. These technologies, the report notes, require the flexibility and features embedded in SDN technologies to live up to their full potential. The move to SDN technologies also is driven by enterprises’ desire to improve the integration, automation orchestration and management of network resources and processes, the report says. Enterprises considering SDN-related technologies want to seamlessly add applications and network resources to meet business and user goals more efficiently and securely. In addition, U.S. enterprises want the ability to respond quickly to customer inquiries and rapidly provide new services through SDN technologies, the report adds. This helps improve customer experience, boost sales and retain customers. U.S. enterprises also see SDN-related technologies as a way to improve network utilization efficiency while reducing costs, the report says. SDN tools allow companies, with little or no human intervention, to route social media and other noncritical traffic over lower-cost connections. The report also sees the adoption of SD-WAN technologies as a way for customers to move the network control layer to the cloud. As a result, the SD-WAN can be managed in real time through a one-touch, single-pane-of-glass reporting tool. This allows for integration with other applications and IT services. Many telecommunications services providers, network services providers and systems integrators in the U.S. have developed a wide-ranging SDN portfolio to respond to the growing demand, the report adds. Some providers offer partial or function-specific solutions, with others providing complete end-to-end SDN solutions. In some cases, service providers are involved in SDN pilot projects with plans to convert them to production-level deployments. The 2020 ISG Provider Lens Network – Software Defined Solutions and Services Partners Report for the U.S. evaluates the capabilities of 50 providers across six quadrants: Managed WAN Services, Managed SD-WAN Services, SDN Transformation Services (Consulting and Implementation), SD-WAN Equipment and Service Supplies (DIY), Network Technologies Suppliers (Core to Mobile) and Mobile Network (4G/5G) Additional (Non-Core) Services. The report names AT&T and Verizon as leaders in all six quadrants and IBM as a leader in five. Orange Business Services is named a leader in four quadrants, and CenturyLink, Juniper Networks and Sprint, now part of T-Mobile, are named as leaders in three. Apcela, Cisco and NTT are named leaders in two quadrants, and Cato Networks, Extreme Networks, GTT, HCL, PCCW and VMware are all named leaders in one.

Move Networks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Move Networks founded?

    Move Networks was founded in 2000.

  • Where is Move Networks's headquarters?

    Move Networks's headquarters is located at 2211 E. Michelson Drive, Irvine.

  • What is Move Networks's latest funding round?

    Move Networks's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Move Networks raise?

    Move Networks raised a total of $60.3M.

  • Who are the investors of Move Networks?

    Investors of Move Networks include EchoStar, Steamboat Ventures, Aspenwood Ventures, Microsoft, Cisco and 5 more.

  • Who are Move Networks's competitors?

    Competitors of Move Networks include Ooyala and 1 more.

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