A Site to honor Streaming Video Technology Alliance Fellows

We are very excited to honor these technical and industry fellows. The Streaming Video Alliance recognizes their contributions to both the industry at large and the Alliance's mission and objectives. We look forward to announcing future recipients in the coming months and years. This microsite stands as a way to honor these individuals and their achievements in perpetuity.

--- Jason Thibeault, Executive Director, Streaming Video Technology Alliance

Who Are The SVTA Fellows?

The Streaming Video Technology Alliance Fellows represent individuals who have made significant technical contributions to streaming video and/or the Streaming Video Technology Alliance.

Industry Fellows

These fellows are people who have made a significant, lasting impact on the streaming video industry. They may or may not be employees of an Alliance member company.

Technical Fellows

These fellows are Alliance members who have made a significant contribution to Alliance activities and objectives such as leading working groups, writing documents, and evangelizing the organization.

Selecting Fellows

Fellows are nominated by Alliance members and reviewed by the Fellows Nomination Committee, a sub-committee of the board. This committee then recommends fellows to the board. There are no limits to fellow awards but they are only awarded once per year.

Fellow Spotlight

Meet one of our fellows, randomly chosen from amongst the recipients.

Sanjay Mishra

The Streaming Video Alliance brings together some of the best minds in the industry, and I deeply appreciate being chosen as an Alliance Technical Fellow.

Accomplished Telecommunications professional with extensive experience in launching new and strategic products and services. Laser sharp Focus on technology innovation in areas of web-based media and cloud-based platforms. Skilled at service and product definition, system and network architecture, market and technology assessment and business process engineering,

Holder of US Patent for innovative design of enabling a mechanism for online ordering content such as video-on-demand. The mechanism allows ordering via a set-top-box on a TV or Internet-based online ordering. Content can be rendered on a TV or any device connected to the Internet. The mechanism also simultaneously initiates provisioning and billing of the asset on the underlying Network and Operations & Billing Support Systems (OSS/BSS) granting either perpetual ownership license and/or setting time-limit for rentals based on type of purchase. [US Patent: 9446261]