Dyyno debuts turnkey streaming video service to Roku for businesses

Video portal provider Dyyno today rolled out a turnkey streaming video service to Roku for businesses and individuals, allowing them to stream live, VOD or linear TV channels to the living room.

Its Live TV Portal on Roku lets content owners and distributors create and manage high-quality video, and also distribute content to all three screens natively.

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company said it can help users create a branded channel on Roku in less than two weeks that will allow them to distribute live and on demand videos in HD quality, or get them started immediately using the Dyyno Portal. Dyyno charges a one-time set-up fee for the Roku channel, and charges a monthly fee for streaming based on usage for both methods.

"With Dyyno's turnkey solution on Roku, content owners and publishers can go from creating content to distributing it to a million family rooms, all within a day," said Raj Jaswa, CEO and president of Dyyno. "Videos show best when watched on the largest screen available and at the highest quality possible. Dyyno's streaming solution on Roku offers HD quality live streaming while leveraging Roku's intuitive user interface."

The Dyyno platform supports video quality from SD up to 1080p and is scalable.

Dyyno was founded in 2007 and is backed by Artiman Ventures and Startup Capital Ventures. Its platform is built on technology licensed from Stanford University.

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