Video content discovery solutions provider Jinni, announced today the signing of seven new licensing agreements for the implementation of their unique semantic discovery for video guides. The deals represent aggressive worldwide growth and the beginning of market transformation from the old grid-style video guides to a new era of intuitive, personalized user experience. Jinni customers will enjoy first-to-market advantage with dramatically superior content discovery and recommendations across all platforms - television, web, smartphones and tablets.
"We are delighted to welcome all of our new partners on board," said Jinni Co-founder & CEO, Yosi Glick of the new developments. "The industry has recognized that consumers want new and innovative ways to discover content. The proliferation of linear channels, on-demand content, and multi-screen viewing have made semantic discovery the new imperative. These new partners are fellow TV experience innovators and are therefore natural partners."
Jinni's new partners represent the most cutting-edge video market leaders including Cable TV giant Time Warner Cable and leading online video provider Vudu, a Walmart company. In addition, new leading video content providers across Europe include; major French mobile, ISP and IPTV company, Bouygues Telecom (part of the Bouygues Group) and Nordic Pay TV provider C More Entertainment, formerly operating under the banner CANAL+, have joined Spain's Prisa in selecting the Jinni solution. Jinni is also proud to partner with SingTel, the foremost media group in Asia and the largest Pay TV provider in Africa, South Africa's Multichoice
The Jinni gene-based discovery solution has differentiated itself from other engines by taking content analysis and unique user-centric recommendations to the next level - with natural language understanding capabilities, Jinni meets the growing consumer demand for a semantic cross-platform experience.