Amagi has opened its first European R&D centre in the Croatian capital. Zagreb.
According to the company, the new centre will elevate the quality and speed of the technical support it offers to its European customers while advancing product development efforts.
Amagi adds that the development centre will be led by Igor Marinic, Marko Horvat, and Danijel Peric who will now become integral to Amagi.
Commenting on the launch, Baskar Subramanian, CEO & co-founder, Amagi, said: “Our goal has always been to bring more intuitive and intelligent technology into the broadcasting world to help media companies deliver more elevated viewing experiences to their consumers. With a dedicated R&D center in Croatia, we will now be closer to our European customers and will be able to offer them technology support in real time. Igor and his team are wonderful additions to the Amagi family, and we look forward to growing with them”.
Igor Marinic, general nanager – Eastern Europe, Amagi, added: “Amagi could not have chosen a better destination to further its expansion plans in Europe. Croatia has successfully established itself as a country with top talent on the global technology map. We are positive that the newly opened Amagi R&D center will be one of the key drivers of the company’s growth and success in the region”.
Amagi delivers linear channels in over 40 countries around the world, with the majority of clients from the American market.
Its customer list includes ABS-CBN, AccuWeather, A+E Networks UK, Cinedigm, Cox Media Group, Crackle Plus, Fremantle, Gannett, Gusto TV, NBCUniversal, Tastemade, The Roku Channel, Vice Media and numerous other global companies.