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During this panel, we will discuss how Viewdle and NVIDIA have been working together and bring a product to market. Viewdle first came to NVIDIA with a technology that required massive amounts of raw compute. Working with NVIDIA''s technical team, Viewdle was able to harness the power of the GPU, and bring advanced photo and video analysis to the consumer desktop. NVIDIA not only provided the technical expertise, but also the business and marketing support. Working together with NVIDIA, Viewdle was able to formulate a consumer strategy and secure distribution partners. This discussion will be from the point of view of the entrepreneur who would like to work with NVIDIA and will include real examples and demos of Viewdle''s soon to launch software.
During this panel, we will discuss how Viewdle and NVIDIA have been working together and bring a product to market. Viewdle first came to NVIDIA with a technology that required massive amounts of raw compute. Working with NVIDIA''s technical team, Viewdle was able to harness the power of the GPU, and bring advanced photo and video analysis to the consumer desktop. NVIDIA not only provided the technical expertise, but also the business and marketing support. Working together with NVIDIA, Viewdle was able to formulate a consumer strategy and secure distribution partners. This discussion will be from the point of view of the entrepreneur who would like to work with NVIDIA and will include real examples and demos of Viewdle''s soon to launch software.  Back
 
Topics:
General Interest
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2009
Session ID:
S09454
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Speakers:
Laurent Gil
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By unleashing Viewdle technology, content producers and distributors can effectively leverage their video assets to open new revenue streams and attract, engage and retain customers/visitors. Initially focused on providing internal and private-label indexing and search capabilities to news and entertainment media, we will soon launch targeted advertising solutions, developer tools and a consumer-facing search site. Viewdle was founded in 2006 to revolutionize video search by solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata and other existing tools for indexing moving media. The Viewdle engine fuses pioneering visual analysis technology, continuously developed over the past 35 years, along with other leading search techniques to go "inside the clip"and identify contextually relevant appearances based on actual video assets.

By unleashing Viewdle technology, content producers and distributors can effectively leverage their video assets to open new revenue streams and attract, engage and retain customers/visitors. Initially focused on providing internal and private-label indexing and search capabilities to news and entertainment media, we will soon launch targeted advertising solutions, developer tools and a consumer-facing search site. Viewdle was founded in 2006 to revolutionize video search by solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata and other existing tools for indexing moving media. The Viewdle engine fuses pioneering visual analysis technology, continuously developed over the past 35 years, along with other leading search techniques to go "inside the clip"and identify contextually relevant appearances based on actual video assets.

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Topics:
Emerging Companies Summit
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2009
Session ID:
S102002
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