ATEME develops ultra high-quality video compression product solutions for broadcasters, pay-tv operators, and telco/cable service providers. In 1991, ATEME began as a technology design company focused on video technology for the French defense industry. As MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) markets emerged, the company moved into codec licensing and provided codec technology to SlingBox and the popular Nero DVD burning software. In 2006, ATEME changed its business model to a direct solutions provider to Broadcasters, Cable companies, Pay-TV and Telco providers selling video encoding and transcoding products. In 2012, the company concentrates on HEVC/H.265 codec development. 
Type
Public
HQ
Vélizy-Villacoublay, FR
Founded
1991
Size (employees)
109 (est)
Website
ateme.com
ATEME was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Vélizy-Villacoublay, FR
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Key People/Management at ATEME

Michel Artieres

Michel Artieres

Founder, CEO, President
Pierre Larbier

Pierre Larbier

CTO
Emmanuel Boureau

Emmanuel Boureau

VP Europe/Asia Sales

ATEME Office Locations

ATEME has offices in Miami, Los Angeles, Singapore, Vélizy-Villacoublay and in 4 other locations
Vélizy-Villacoublay, FR (HQ)
6 Rue Dewoitine
Rennes, FR
R&D 14 G rue du Pâtis Tatelin
Singapore, SG
Oxley BizHub 73 Ubi Road 1 #06-52
Aurora, US
134 3131 S Vaughn Way
Los Angeles, US
11845 West Olympic Blvd Suite 1100W
Miami, US
3400 Coral Way
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ATEME Financials and Metrics

ATEME Financials

Market capitalization (3-Feb-2017)

84.2 m

Closing share price (3-Feb-2017)

8.3
ATEME's current market capitalization is €84.2 m.
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ATEME News and Updates

Triveni, ATEME to Demo ATSC 3.0 SHVC Ecosystem at Next-Gen TV Conference

WASHINGTON—Triveni Digital will demonstrate an end-to-end, real-time, scalable HEVC (SHVC) workflow with compression developer ATEME, at the ATSC Annual Meeting in Washington D.C, May 23-24. Leveraging Layered Division Multiplexing (LDM) and real-time Scalable HEVC (SHVC) technology in an ATSC 3.0 .…

Sinclair Taps ATEME for ATSC Encoding

PARIS, DENVER & SINGAPORE–ATEME has announced that it is supplying Sinclair Broadcast Group with live video encoding technology for Sinclair’s Dallas experimental ATSC 3.0 test for single frequency networks. ATEME is providing its TITAN encoding platform for ATSC 1.0 (MPEG-2) “Host Station” .…

ATEME Gave VR Look of 2017 French Open

Tennis fans had access to the courts of Roland Garros through a virtual reality viewing experience through ATEME and its Titan Live software.
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