Conviva is a venture-backed, privately held company, offering solutions for online video optimization and online video analytics. Conviva is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in New York and London. The translation of Conviva in the Spanish language is “to co-exist in harmony”. The company was founded as Rinera Networks in 2006 by Dr. Hui Zhang and Dr. Ion Stoica both Carnegie Mellon alumni. The company changed its name from Rinera Networks to Conviva in April 2008. Conviva has raised a total of $59 million, with $44 million from Foundation Capital, GGV, New Enterprise Associates and Pelion Venture Partners and $15 million from Time Warner Investments in February 2012. In 2011, the founders received the ‘Test of Time’ award at the 2011 annual ACM SigComm Doctoral Dissertation Competition for their dissertation, "Understanding the impact of video quality on User engagement." In July 2012, Conviva won AlwaysOn Global 250 top private innovative technology companies. Conviva sells a control platform said to pre-emptively locate video streaming issues and make adjustments to avoid buffering and low quality. Conviva also provides online video analytics on viewer engagement and video performance.
Highest paying job titles at Conviva include Business Development Director, Sales Director, and Software Engineer