Founded back in 2006 the Kaltura software company that creates products to enable publishers to publish, manage, monitize and analyse their video and other rich-media content. Kaltura has today announced that it has received $47 million in funding to help it push its open source video platform even further internationally as well as continue product development.
Since its launch Kaltura has created a wide variety of products that offer a wide range of features including publishing, education, and enterprise. Kaltura also recently launched a new Media Go product that allows clients to create their own Netflix style video portal that can be viewed across multiple devices.
“The rapid adoption of our technology around the globe is a testament to the central role that video plays in every facet of our connected lives. We are proud to enable and streamline the creation of hundreds of video-enabled applications and workflows, and to assist hundreds of millions of people to improve the way they work, learn, collaborate, and entertain using video,” said Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura Chairman and CEO
Kaltura has enjoyed a total of $115 in funding since its launch from the likes of SAP Ventures, Nokia Growth Partners, Commonfund Capital, and Gera Ventures led the new funding, with participation from existing investors 406 Ventures, Nexus Venture Partners, Intel Capital, Mitsui & Co. Global Investment, Inc., and Silicon Valley Bank.
For more information on the video products that Kaltura offers jump over to the Kaltura website for details or for more information on the new round of funding.
Source: Venture Beat
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