We know that Portland-based Elemental Technologies—the second fastest growing software company in the US—is doing some amazing work. But not everyone does. So if you’d like to help change that, here’s a really good opportunity to do so. Read More
Broadway bound: Elemental Technologies adds another $13 million in funding
For many, outside funding can be a vote of confidence. And if investors sinking another $13 million into Portland startup Elemental Technologies is any indication, folks are fairly confident in what Elemental is doing. Read More
If you’re looking for a new gig, it’s Elemental, dear Watson: 10 open jobs at Portland startup Elemental Technologies
If you’re looking for a job with an up-and-coming Portland startup, Elemental Technologies is a really good place to start your search.
The company—which is working to revolutionize video streaming—is also doing a whole ton of hiring. I mean, they’ve got 10 positions open on the Silicon Florist job board, alone. Read More
Want to have lunch with Imogen Heap today? Elemental Technologies can help. In streaming 1080 HD.
And today, you get the chance to do that as Elemental’s technology helps power Imogen Heap’s concert from Royal Albert Hall at 7 PM GMT—that’s the lunch hour for you and me—all in streaming 1080 HD.
Sometimes, seeing is believing. And that’s never more true that with Portland-based Elemental Technologies. With their technical wizardry, more folks are encoding, transcoding, and streaming faster and more efficiently than ever before. But you really have to see it to believe it.
And today, you get the chance to do that as Elemental’s technology helps power Imogen Heap’s concert from Royal Albert Hall at 7 PM GMT—that’s the lunch hour for you and me—all in streaming 1080 HD. Read More
Streaming 3D HD at 1080p? Yeah, Portland’s Elemental Technologies does that
If you’ve been anywhere near a movie theater or a television in the past year, you’ve no doubt discovered the renaissance that media is having with the concept of three dimensional video. Good ol’ 3D. Everything old is new again. Only now, it’s less about making things jump out at you and more about giving video a depth of field.
But for all the advances in movies and television, streaming video has remained rather, well, flat. That is, until now. You see, Portland’s Elemental Technology is currently demoing streaming 3D 1080p HD at the IBC. Read More
Interested in the latest in video technology? You won’t want to miss Broadercasting tonight
That’s right. Tonight is Broadercasting, an event hosted in part by local video encoding startup and former Portland Lunch 2.0 host Elemental Technologies.
So maybe CivicApps and award ceremonies aren’t your speed. That doesn’t mean you have to sit and be bored tonight. Oh no, my friend. In the Portland tech scene, there are always at least a dozen things to do on any given night. And I thought this one might pique your video curious interest.
That’s right. Tonight is Broadercasting, an event hosted in part by local video encoding startup and former Portland Lunch 2.0 host Elemental Technologies. Read More
Second Porch could use a social media marketing person and Elemental has a number of positions open
It’s Friday. And that means it’s time for the weekly jobs post. If you’re looking for work, it’s your reminder to take a gander at the Silicon Florist job and gig board. If you’ve got open positions, it’s your reminder that you can post jobs or contracting gigs. (Psst! There’s a discount below.)
Not a lot of premium job postings this week, but there is one from Second Porch that could be a dream gig for any number of you. And Elemental Technologies has a number of open positions as well. There’s even a user experience and information architect from Skype who’s available for work. Read More
OEN Venture Northwest 2009: Recapping pitches from Giftango, Elemental, Prolifiq, ShopIgniter, and Second Porch
Now, Venture Northwest isn’t a tech-centric thing. It’s a startup thing. But there were some interesting tech companies that pitched. So I thought I’d recap for you. Or more appropriately, steal borrow my own recaps from the Venture Northwest guest posts I submitted to TechFlash.
I had the opportunity to attend Venture Northwest, Oregon Entrepreneurs Network‘s annual pitch day for early stage startups. You know, kind of like a DEMO or a TechCrunch 50. No cash prizes. But a great deal of opportunity to score some cash, given that the folks at Venture Northwest have the opportunity to pitch their ideas in front of a roomful of potential investors from throughout the angel and venture capital communities.
Now, Venture Northwest isn’t a tech-centric thing. It’s a startup thing. But there were some interesting tech companies that pitched. So I thought I’d recap for you. Or more appropriately, steal borrow my own recaps from the Venture Northwest guest posts I submitted to TechFlash. Read More
Elemental shows off the goods
On Wednesday, Elemental Technologies hosted Lunch 2.0 in downtown.
In addition to the usual suspects, I noticed a lot of new faces, which was great. This was partially a happy coincidence and partially by design.
Because Elemental builds software that, in the words of Julie Williams, Elemental’s Communications Manager, “masters the art of using massively parallel solutions to accelerate video conversion,” I figured our friends over at the Governor’s Office of Film and Television might be interested. Read More
Elemental Accelerator speeds up video production with NVIDIA, Adobe Creative Suite integration
Elemental Accelerator can bring a 2x to 11x performance boost to common video processing tasks in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.
Now, it’s rare for me to touch on traditional software around here. But Portland-based Elemental is doing so well, I couldn’t resist.
They’ve already been getting kudos with Badaboom, their consumer-level product that eases the process of encoding video for iPhones and other mobile handsets. And today, they’re making headlines again with their professional-level product Accelerator, which integrates with both NVIDIA video cards and Adobe Creative Suite. Read More