Teltoo, a software-only, decentralized video delivery technology company, has announced a partnership with Liberty Global, one of the world´s converged video, broadband and communications companies, to improve the overall bandwidth capacity for live streaming of the most popular events on television, the company said.
By working with Teltoo as a peer-to-peer CDN partner, Liberty Global will have another tool that enhances their existing CDN and helps them continue to offer reliable video streaming for their customers when and where they want it.
The partnership builds on a long-standing relationship between Liberty Global and Teltoo. Early on in its history, Teltoo was a participant in the Virgin Media Techstars accelerator program in 2016, an incubator for startups backed by Liberty Global´s UK subsidiary, Virgin Media. Liberty Global has also invested in Teltoo via its investment arm, Liberty Global Ventures, in a funding round that took place in 2018.
Teltoo delivers an industry, decentralized video network that gives operators, broadcasters, and OTT providers the ability to solve the uncertainty of streaming live video by maintaining quality of service. Founded by Sergio D. Coca, Miguel Coronado and Pablo Hesse, Teltoo was created to invent scalable and sustainable ways for data to move. For more information on Teltoo, visit teltoo.com.
Liberty Global (NASDAQ: LBTYA, LBTYB and LBTYK) is one of the world´s converged video, broadband and communications companies, with operations in 6 European countries under the consumer brands Virgin Media, Telenet and UPC. We invest in the infrastructure and digital platforms that empower our customers to make the most of the digital revolution. For more information, visit libertyglobal.com.