Skip to main content

Vobile Completes Series C Funding

9 January, 2014

Vobile, a Santa Clara, California-based provider of video and audio content identification, analytics and management services, completed a Series C funding.

The round was led by IPV Capital with participation from Ivy Capital.

The company intends to use the funds for new product and market expansion.

Founded in 2005 and led by Yangbin Wang, CEO, Vobile offers a suite of SaaS (Software as a Service) products, with applications of content protection, real-time analytics and global monetization.

Its patented core VDNA technology enables automated identification, tracking and management of any video and audio content. Its VDNA Database, (VDDB), is a comprehensive database of authorized video fingerprints, metadata and business rules from major movie studios, television networks and record labels.

The company’s services have been deployed by Hollywood studios, broadcasting TV networks and other global content producers, as well as some Internet video sites including Youku, Tudou, Sohu, Tencent and Rutube.

Vobile also has offices in China, Japan and Singapore.

Vobile (SEHK: 3738) is a SaaS industry leader around the world in intellectual property protection, monetization, and marketing. It was honored as a winner of the 69th annual Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards for its innovation excellence in developing video identification technology to protect content value and copyright. We are guided by data, a love of entertainment, and an entrepreneurial spirit, servicing the world’s largest platforms, film studios, TV networks, sports leagues, music labels, and other content owners.

Back to newsroom