Concurrent's Multi-Screen Video Certification Program targets engineers in the service provider market that are interested in advancing their understanding of IP content delivery networks, adaptive bit-rate technologies, over-the-top solution architectures, and multi-screen video applications such as network-based digital video recording. Students who successfully complete the course will achieve the status of Certified Multi-Screen Video Engineer.
"Our service provider customers are increasingly interested in launching their own over-the-top services and gaining a competitive edge in the multi-screen video market," said
Concurrent's professional services organization has provided world-class instruction and guidance to technology companies for over a decade. Concurrent's expert level training courses are designed for experienced video engineers who are interested in refreshing their skills and learning the latest technologies. Given the challenges of keeping pace with the latest technologies in a rapidly changing marketplace, Concurrent offers extended training programs that enable engineers to maintain a cutting edge skill set by receiving periodic training updates on industry and technology trends. Courses can be held at Concurrent's training facilities or at the customer's site. Class sizes are kept small in order to make the learning more efficient and allow ample time to interact with each student.
Concurrent is a leading supplier of multi-screen video and analytics solutions to the multi-channel video service provider market. Customers such as
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