InfoQ recently posted my keynote from the March 2010 Erlang Factory Bay Area. The keynote, entitled Using Erlang in a Carrier-Grade Media Distribution Switch, presents some of the work my colleagues and I at Verivue have been engaged in over the past few years. Since it was an Erlang conference, the talk naturally focuses on the Erlang aspects of the work.
As my bio explains, I’m a member of technical staff at Verivue. If you ever visited the old Verivue website or heard me speak at conferences over the past couple years, you’ll know we divulged no details of what we’re developing. Our old website showed just a curtain that was barely cracked open with a light shining through, and what little text the website presented was intentionally vague. If only I had a dollar for each time I found myself in a conversation where everyone was trying to guess what we were doing!
Well, guess no more — our new website and the following articles provide the details:
- Verivue Formed to Address the Rapid Growth of IP Video
- VOD Goes Super-Size
- Verivue Surfaces With Comcast Backing
Now you know. :-)