Network Defines

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SENDIA is a simple video mail for remote works. To deliver information effectively to a receiver, SENDIA videos a sender and her screen, and attaches transcript to the video automatically. By just clicking the start button, the sender can instantly share her video without any post-processing job (e.g., uploading to a cloud.)

Highlights

In August 2020, we launched SENDIA v1.0 and getting initial feedback from the market. SENDIA is a simple video mail for remote works. There is a growing demand for convenient access to video-related collaboration tools and SENDIA is the right solution for that.

Company Overview

SENDIA is a simple video mail for remote works. To deliver information effectively to a receiver, SENDIA videos a sender and her screen, and attaches transcript to the video automatically. By just clicking the start button, the sender can instantly share her video without any post-processing job (e.g., uploading to a cloud.)

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Market Overview and Competitive Landscape

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Founders' Bio

Andy Kideok Cho

CEO

Andy received his B.S. and Ph.D. in computer science from Seoul National University, Korea. He has been working in tech industry since 2013, developing web and mobile services. His IT expertise covers content distribution architecture, content caching and routing, and peer-to-peer (P2P) networking.

Kyle Park

CSO

Kyle received his B.S. and Ph.D. in computer science from KAIST and Seoul National University, respectively. He started his professional career in Samsung Electronics as an IT-specialized lawyer. He is currently dealing with technical and legal issues, business strategies, and financial plannings.

DK Han

CTO

DK is the CTO in Network Defines. While getting a master's degree at Seoul National University, he participated in various computer network research projects cooperating with top major enterprises. Previously, DK Han developed network protocol and applications specialized for video content delivery. Recently, he co-founded NetworkDefines and started developing a video mail service, Sendia.

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  • About Network Defines
  • Website : networkdefines.com
  • Location : Seongnam, South Korea
  • Founded year : 2018
  • Company size : 9 people
  • Total funding amount: $0.5 Mil
  • Markets: MessagingNetworksRemote work