The global streaming market is a massive industry. Expanding at a rate of more than 20% per year, it is expected to be worth more than 223 billion dollars by 2028, according to a market research report by Grand View Research. Not intimidated by the competition of media titans, up-and-coming streaming service company Tulix is disrupting the highly saturated streaming market and gaining popularity with the release of its new platform, Gia.TV.

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“This is a high-end system which is already competing with some of the biggest installations in the US,” says Dr. George Bokuchava, CEO of Tulix

“We have several major products,” says Dr. George Bokuchava, CEO of Tulix. “This is a high-end system which is already competing with some of the biggest installations in the US.”

Founded in 2004 by Dr. George Bokuchava and Dr. Nino Doijashvili, Tulix provides end-to-end OTT streaming solutions to a broad range of consumers from large-scale enterprise organizations to small businesses and online content creators. They serve anyone looking to streamline and optimize their live events, broadcasts, and other viewing needs as an IPTV and OTT service provider.

Tulix streaming solutions include the TulixCDN, a streaming architecture that Tulix built from the ground up to provide seamless live, linear TV, and VOD content. By addressing the intricacies and pain points of live streaming, Tulix is making content more accessible than ever before. They also provide a comprehensive content management system for live streams, a monetization and billing engine, security features to protect content without impeding quality, and intelligent analytics.

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“We provide every component of event streaming solutions so users have the best possible experience, while ensuring stable streaming for viewers at a relatively low cost,” said Bokuchava. “Our goal is to create the finest video content delivery solutions, and today we are doing that for a broad spectrum of users.”

Tulix is launching Gia.TV, a subscription-based platform that allows creators to reach their audience in niche markets worldwide at no cost. Gia.TV enables viewers to stream content from any browser, and it is compatible with a wide range of devices including desktop computers, mobile phones, tablets, smart TVs, and other streaming devices.

Tulix is based in Atlanta, Georgia, but its services are being utilized by many different users globally, whether for sports event streaming, church live streaming, or other video content streaming needs. In a rapidly expanding market, Tulix is staying a step ahead by continuously developing innovative streaming solutions to meet the demand.

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