SAN FRANCISCO, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Encoding.com, the world's largest video encoding service, and provider of Vid.ly, the universal video platform, announced that it will encode videos across The AOL On Network. Encoding.com is known for its highly scalable, cloud-based service, including its proprietary Encoding Intelligence™ for accelerating video processing, along with exceptional levels of customer support.
Encoding.com's powerful cloud platform provides dynamic, elastic capacity to support AOL's varying video volume requirements. Its ability to process tens of thousands of videos each day eliminates long video queues, while ensuring that videos are immediately available to view on the Web and mobile devices.
"Working with the newly-launched AOL On Network is very exciting for us and has proven Encoding.com's ability to scale to support huge volume and real-time requirements," said Jeff Malkin, president of Encoding.com. "We are committed to supporting The AOL On Network's growth and are pleased that another leader in the Media & Entertainment space has given credibility to cloud-based video services."
Encoding.com, the world's largest video encoding service and provider of Vid.ly, the universal video URL platform, powers thousands of companies, including leading brands across media and entertainment, eLearning, retail, telecommunications, lifestyle, and advertising. Blending a flexible SaaS model, using cloud-computing platforms, Encoding.com enables publishers and developers to instantly scale, while eliminating expensive video infrastructure investments. Encoding.com supports all popular web and mobile formats, utilizing its proprietary Encoding Intelligence™ to accelerate processing, reduce errors and optimize video for any device. Gartner recognized Encoding.com as a "Cool Vendor 2011." For ongoing Company updates, please see http://blog.encoding.com or follow @encodingdotcom on Twitter.