• HIVE SOLVES VIDEO DELIVERY CHALLENGE FOR GLOBAL CHEMICAL COMPANY KEMIRA
    Kemira has selected Hive as their enterprise video delivery solution. We love chemical companies at More

    Hive! This year we have already published a case study with Eastman and now we get to do the same with Kemira, another global chemical company. This case study is great validation that our focus on delivery and integrating with video content management systems that enterprises are already utilizing is resonating in the market. Click here to read our Kemira Case Study Kemira was facing severe challenges being able to broadcast live video globally. They often retreated to suboptimal solutions such as gathering everyone in central locations and broadcasting low quality video. They were looking to leverage their investment in Office 365 and Skype Meeting Broadcast as well as a video content management system named Struu from their trusted video experts FLIK. Hive was able to integrate with both these platforms which was key to us being selected. Also contributing to Hive being selected was our software-only solution and our ability to deliver extremely high video quality as depicted in this data from the trial: The result for Kemira is enthusiasm for enterprise video communications, to quote Tii Salmela, the project lead, “Kemira has been very happy with the performance of Hive Streaming and the commitment of the Hive team. Hive Streaming helped give us the confidence to fully utilize the power of enterprise video communications.” There’s some great data from the Kemira trial and more details on some of the challenges Kemira faced. Please read the case study now and don’t hesitate to reach out if we can answer any of your questions. Regards, Todd Törnquist

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SMARTER VIDEO DISTRIBUTION STARTS HERE!

Learn how Hive Streaming is paving the way for live and on demand video distribution.

Efficient Distribution for High Quality Video

Hive Streaming engages with enterprises who embrace video communications and are looking to provide the highest quality video experience with minimal expense and network impact.

Based in Stockholm, Sweden­ — with offices in Germany, the UK, and the
United States, the company invests heavily in the research and development of high performing media delivery technologies. As a result, these technologies are an integral part of the internal video delivery and networking infrastructure of a number of Fortune 500 companies and the company holds over 70 patents.

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DISCOVER THE POWER OF HIVE STREAMING

We solve the Enterprise video distribution challenge, by delivering a highly efficient video distribution service that reduces the network impact to a minimum, ensuring an unsurpassed quality of experience. – Always.

HIGH QUALITY

HTTPS based HD streaming from internal source or third party CDN.

EASY SETUP

SaaS solution. No new hardware. Simple integration with existing video management solution.

COMPREHENSIVE ANALYTICS

Detailed real time event stats. Pre-event analysis of whole video delivery infrastructure including network impact.

EXTEND REACH

One stream per network site/office. 99% traffic offload from source and over weak links. Advanced congestion control.

SECURE

Locked-down end-user device software. Encrypted video distribution with support for DRM.

INTUITIVE UI

Visualize the event and the network with a beautiful user interface.

HIVE FOR MICROSOFT ENTERPRISE VIDEO

Hive integrates with Microsoft to provide an enterprise content distribution network (ECDN).

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CUSTOMERS WE LOVE

Why some of our customers have chosen Hive Streaming.

A very large company with a complex network reaching multiple sites across the world, Honeywell has embraced video but can’t let video impact other mission critical uses of their network. Having previously used multicasting in parts of their network to keep traffic down to a single stream over critical links, Honeywell wanted to expand the reach of video using a software only solution. With Hive Streaming, Honeywell could replace their multicasting solution, extend the reach of video to the entire company, without adding any extra load to key network links.

Atkins Global is the third largest engineering consultancy in the UK and the world’s fifteenth largest design firm by revenue. It employs approximately 18,500 staff based in 300 offices across 29 countries and has undertaken projects in over 150 countries. Atkins strongly believe that the use of video communication is pivotal for the future of the company. Being a truly global company attracting and investing in an increasingly mobile professional workforce, frequent use of live and on demand video is key in driving employee engagement.

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Hive Streaming was light-years ahead of competitors based on our requirements and initial evaluation. Their product features and the Hive team’s knowledge of our network challenges and Office 365 integration gave us confidence that they were the right choice.

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Which Hive Solution Is Best For You?

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