IMAGINE A BETTER WAY TO DELIVER ADVANCED VIDEO SERVICES, TODAY AND TOMORROW
Founded in 2005, Imagine Communications is a leading innovator in digital video solutions, enabling content providers and system operators to deliver bandwidth-intensive services with optimum video quality and Quality of Experience (QoE). Imagine’s products serve the digital broadcast markets as well as emerging PersonalizedTV® applications such as TV Anywhere, Network PVR (nPVR), Internet/Mobile Video and IPTV.
The longstanding broadcast paradigm of scheduled viewing at fixed locations is giving way to on-demand, interactive, personalized and mobile video. Video on Demand, PVRs, mobile devices and the Internet are shifting control of media access to the consumer. Our unique combination of next-generation video processing, variable bit rate coding and statistical multiplexing technology provides the bandwidth efficiency needed to meet the demand for PersonalizedTV® services.
At the core of all Imagine ICE products is the Imagine ICE Video Platform, which helps services providers cost-effectively expand today’s advanced services within existing spectrum constraints, without compromising video quality. Imagine ICE-Q® algorithms ensure the highest video quality at any given bit rate, allowing content providers and system operators to dramatically expand premium services, such as HDTV, VOD and even HD-VOD, while also offering subscribers excellent picture quality.
Imagine ICE technology leverages carrier-grade, off-the-shelf hardware that plugs into existing networks,
providing the industry’s most cost-effective 3:1 HD/15:1 SD expansion solution available today. It also supports applications including IPTV, wireless video and over-the-top Internet video, paving the way for PersonalizedTV®
on every screen.
Imagine Communications is headquartered in San Diego with R&D and engineering in Israel. Imagine's management team includes industry leaders with decades of experience delivering innovations in video communications. Imagine is privately held and funded by Carmel Ventures, Columbia Capital and Court