Penthera Partners Completes $6M Equity Financing

Penthera Partners, a New York-based creator of download-to-go (D2Go) software, received $6m in funding.

The round was led by Liberty Global Ventures, the venture investment arm of Liberty Global International, an international cable company and a Penthera customer.

The proceeds will be used to expand the company’s worldwide sales efforts and accelerate the development of new products and enhancements to existing products.

October 23rd, 2017|

Penthera Raises $6 Million to Power Video Downloads

Penthera, which makes software to power video downloading to mobile devices, has raised $6 million from Liberty Global Ventures, the venture investment arm of Liberty Global International, which is the biggest international cable company and chaired by John Malone. Liberty Global is also a Penthera customer.

October 23rd, 2017|

What Do Consumers Think About Download-to-Go Options?

In the ever-expanding world of instant entertainment gratification, a growing number of people want access to their TV shows and movies on mobile devices even when they don’t have solid internet access. They could be on a plane or a train with limited or no WiFi, or maybe they’re on vacation in an area that has poor coverage. Among the companies that have stepped up to offer customers the ability to download content to their devices rather than only stream are Comcast and Netflix, and according to a new study, it would behoove more providers to pay increased attention to this option.

May 25th, 2017|

SURVEY SHOWS THAT DOWNLOAD-TO-GO DRIVES LOYALTY FOR STREAMING SERVICES

Pittsburgh, PA – May 23, 2017 – Penthera, creator of industry-leading download-to-go (D2G) software for streaming video services, recently surveyed U.S. consumers, ages 18-44, to measure the awareness, usage and value of D2G.   Results from the survey confirm that consumers see D2G as a valuable enhancement to streaming services. Among the findings:

May 24th, 2017|

‘It’s Still Loading?!’ Long Load Time Just One Reason People Quit Watching Video

The headache for media execs is there’s no single cause for streaming problems

Video streaming quality issues continue to be a big problem for the advertising and media industries. Whether they’re caused by problems with slow internet connections, or high demand for streaming video content during peak periods, the continued troubles are turning off viewers and causing headaches for media executives.

April 21st, 2017|
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