In the world where video communication is becoming popular and an indispensable tool, Korean startup NetworkDefines’ video communication tool SENDIA is making a fast headway.
Recording & sharing videos in real-time
SENDIA is an asynchronous video communication tool defined as a fast, easy, and accurate messenger in a non-face-to-face environment. By using SENDIA, a user can record the screen with the camera simultaneously without any additional editing. With the underlying technologies, SENDIA users can share their videos as soon as finishing recording. SENDIA’s advanced technology enables real-time recording and sharing of videos.
SENDIA can be used for collaborations and video conferencing for businesses. SENDIA’s business model is based on subscription, where organizations can use different options as per needs. NetworkDefines expects SENDIA can be a useful tool for organizations like startups, schools, gaming creators, designers, programmers, e-commerce, OTT platforms, etc.
Innovator for non-face-to-face digital technology
NetworkDefines is a tech startup specializing in video and network technology that started in 2018. The startup team comprises technical experts that comprehensively understand and utilize cutting-edge technologies to create the best products.
NetworkDefines was selected as a non-face-to-face business digital innovation technology development project with a total operating cost of 1.5 billion won by the Ministry of Science and ICT. NetworkDefines is the host organization in charge of the business, and Korea University and Seoul National University Next Generation Convergence Technology Research Institute participate as a joint research institute.
NetworkDefines is participating in the third edition of the “TIPS X beSUCCESS Korean startup showcase” to be held online on September 23-24,2020. TIPS (Tech Incubator Program for startup Korea) is South Korean government-backed incubator, and beSUCCESS is Korea’s leading startup media company. The highly successful first two editions of the startup showcase were held in San Francisco and Palo Alto.