The streaming media provider, which offers enterprise streaming media and online streaming media for businesses, announced Wednesday that it will launch a service with a focus on the enterprise market.
The company is building an enterprise platform that will allow its customers to stream content across the internet, including on mobile devices, as well as on desktop and laptop computers.
The streaming service will offer customers a range of features to enhance their streaming experience, including access to a premium streaming platform that offers features like premium DVR capabilities, a dedicated TV channel for home theater use, and more.
The platform is expected to launch in the second half of 2018.
The company said the Enterprise Streaming platform will be powered by its existing technology stack, with the aim of providing enterprise-grade streaming capabilities to enterprise users.
It will be available in early 2019, and it is expected that the platform will continue to expand.
The announcement comes at a time when streaming media has seen a rise in popularity, particularly in the enterprise.
Streaming media services are becoming a major part of the way customers view and access content online, and a recent survey by the research firm Kantar Worldpanel found that 45% of US consumers say they stream content from streaming services, with 45% saying they stream on mobile phones.
This is an increase of 1% over last year, but streaming services remain the fastest growing source of content consumption.