Clearleap, a Duluth-based software company that lets content providers stream video to multiple screens and platforms, has opened a new European headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The move is Clearleap’s first foray overseas five years after its founding in Atlanta by Braxton Jarratt, a former Cox Communications director of product strategy.
The company has already signed customers in Europe and operates data centers in Amsterdam and Frankfurt, Germany. Its U.S. clients include HBOGo, Verizon and Time Warner Cable.
Clearleap aims to simplify the delivery process for content providers aiming to reach viewers switching between televisions, tablets and mobile phones, sometimes starting a show on one device and finishing on another.
The software gives “content owners and operators the freedom to spend time on creating and delivering the exciting services their viewers demand,” Mr. Jarratt, the CEO, said in a news release.
Some 400 million Western Europeans will watch TV and video on mobiles and tablets by 2017. That’s out of 2 billion worldwide, the company noted in the release, citing a study by Juniper Research.
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