ATEME was founded in 1991 as a design house for video compression. Shortly afterwards, ATEME introduced a complete video delivery solution. In 2014, ATEME announced its initial public offering at Euronext Paris.
ATEME has and will continue to transform video delivery. ATEME was the first to market with a 10-bit 4:2:2 solution, the first production-ready HEVC and HDR, and, recently, the first true video delivery NFV software solution, designed to lead and win the service providers transition to video datacentre. To complement the companys cutting-edge technology, ATEME has partnered with leaders such as Intel, Apple and Microsoft to create the best-in-class video delivery solutions.
ATEME is a leading member of forms and organisations, such as the DVB and SMPTE. ATEME actively participated at the ITU in the standardisation of HEVC in 2013. In June 2014, ATEME joined the Alliance for Open Media to help develop an open and royalty-free video codec.
ATEME headquarters are in Vlizy-Paris, with worldwide support and R&D offices in Rennes, Denver, Sao-Paulo and Singapore. With a commercial presence in 14 countries, ATEME is 200 employees strong, including 100 of the world finest R&D video experts. In 2016, ATEME served close to 200 clients worldwide and generated 31% of year-on-year growth with revenues of 37.5 million (91% of which was from overseas) and 6% net profit.
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