2011 Streaming Media European Readers' Choice Awards Winners
Here are your picks for the top technologies, products, and companies, announced last week at Streaming Media Europe in London
Learn more about the companies mentioned in this article in the Sourcebook:
If the list of winners in the 2011 Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards is any indication, 2011 has been a banner year for both established names and up-and-comers.
More than 4,000 readers submitted their votes in the awards, offering up their choices among the 281 nominees in 13 categories. The total number of votes was a whopping 14,377, which means that, on average, each reader cast votes in 3 or 4 categories.
Here’s a list of the winners, which we announced at Streaming Media Europe, held at the Olympia Conference Centre in London in October. We’ve also included the two runners-up in each category—the second and third biggest vote-getters.
Congratulations to all, and thanks to Interxion for sponsoring this year’s awards.
Wowza Media Server 3
Online Video Platform
i2i Media ISSTV
Mobile Video App or Solution
LiveU LU30 and LU60
TV over IP Solution
Accenture TV over IP Solution
Reporting and Analytics
Alcatel-Lucent AppGlide Video Analytics
Streaming Service Provider
Video Advertising Platform
Quick.tv Quick Widgets
Flumotion Online Video & Radio Platform
Amazon Web Services Cloudfront
Music & Audio Delivery Solution
i2i Media BMETV
Best Live Webcast of 2011
Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, "Hurtigruten - Minute by Minute"
Best Streaming Innovation
Wowza Media Server 3
More than 4,000 readers cast more than 14,000 votes. Click to see who the top three in each category are, and join us at Streaming Media Europe to find out the winners.
Make your nominations for this year's awards in 15 categories, from encoding to webcasting.
It's up to you, our readers, to determine the winners in our European Readers' Choice Awards competition. Choose from 303 nominees in 15 categories and cast your vote today!
The votes are in, and here are the top three finalists in each category. Winners will be announced at Streaming Media Europe in London on 16 October.
Awards will be presented at the 2013 Streaming Forum in June, so make your nominations now!