Amdocs to Acquire Vubiquity for $224 million

Amdocs to Acquire Vubiquity for $224 million Image Credit: Vubiquity

Amdocs has entered into an agreement to acquire Vubiquity, a leading provider of premium content services and technology solutions for $224 million.

Amdocs said the acquisition will boost its capacity to deliver enhanced digital content capabilities for network operators, video distributors, OTT companies, content owners and content producers.

Based in Los Angeles, Vubiquity provides solutions that facilitate content monetization for the entertainment and media industries. The Company claims that it has the experience of working with over 600 leading film studios, television networks, and independent producers. 

The combination of Vubiquity’s expertise across the content ecosystem and Amdocs’ solutions enables customers to quickly improve entertainment offerings and maximize revenues while gaining increased customer insights from content consumption

With Vubiquity, Amdocs will enhance its capabilities to deliver an enriched customer experience, including end-to-end solutions, for rapid deployment of new communications and media services worldwide. 

Darcy Antonellis, CEO, Vubiuity
Our capabilities, coupled with Amdocs’ global scale and rich set of complementary solutions around monetization, analytics and personalized customer experience will be truly unique, allowing us to deliver to a larger set of customers while solving key industry challenges. 

Eli Gelman, CEO and President, Amdocs 
Our joint offerings address the media and entertainment industry’s challenge in balancing the incredible growth of content and the many ways to consume content with making programming easier, faster to deliver and ultimately watch, while also delivering profits.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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