Teltoo is a platform that distributes high quality audiovisual content online. It is a peer-to-peer technology that helps broadcasters, ISPs and publishers improve the quality of their streaming services, increasing their bandwidth availability by up to 80%.
The startup, founded in 2016 by Pablo Hesse, Sergio Díaz-Miguel and Miguel Coronado, had the initial support of Tetuan Valley and Startup Next and the subsequent investment of Venture Capitals Liberty Global and Techstars. They currently operate in the UK and Spain, working with large companies such as TVE, Liberty Global (the world’s largest cable company and parent company of Virgin Media) and Global Media Group (Portuguese media holding company).
Its name arose precisely from the intersection of the abbreviation of “Tel” from Telecommunications and “Too”, to a higher degree than is desirable, permissible, or possible; excessively. The aim of the platform is to put an end to the saturation problem that exists in the distribution of content on the Internet by always offering sustainable, innovative and efficient solutions.
A RELIABLE SERVICE FOR BROADCASTERS
The startup integrates with all the solutions available to broadcasters in terms of security and distribution and does not require the end user to install any plugins or apps. It is deployed in 30 minutes and works with demanding workflows, without creating customer disruptions. In other words, it brings out the best in WebRTC and HTML5 so that broadcasters can have a reliable streaming service and end users can watch their movies, series or football matches in the best possible quality.
Teltoo won the Startup Lab award in the Video category from the Wireless Association, CTIA, which includes AT&T, Verizon, Qualcomm and Nokia among its members. Its differential value lies in the high availability of bandwidth offered, very useful for broadcasts of large audience, with a monthly or annual SaaS plan.
In 2016 it raised a capital of $120k through an accelerator and it has raised a seed round to invest in the addition of new members to the team. Its main investors are Liberty Global and Telefónica, and Venture Capital of the Colorado area.