In 2009, Concurrent Computer Corporation (CCUR), provider of On Demand content to cable providers, wanted to be one of the first to offer a multi-platform (Video On Demand) VOD solution (before the wide-span use of You-Tube, Netflix) that would be licensed to cable providers like Comcast, AT&T, etc. so they could offer their on-demand and cable lineup to customers on TV, PC, and Mobile devices.
A Cognitive Generation Enterprises consultant in Atlanta, GA worked with CCUR on a three month contract to build a Proof-Of-Concept Prototype to demonstrate in Sydney Australia at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in 2009. The product was successfully demonstrated and has evolved into what you now see with the likes of YouTube, and Netflix: it seems like everybody is now using this technology. We were one of the first US based software development companies to build and work with this technology. It was a successful venture.
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