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Video solution platform, ‘Hyper Personalised’ Linius Technologies has partnered with Microsoft for a global sales strategy.

Linius boasts an AI-enriched ‘video virtualisation engine,’ which turns streamed video into flexible data, for a personalised user engagement.

This agreement will encourage ther Microsoft sales-force to sell Linius solutions to customers. Microsoft employees who are successful in selling Linius solutions to customers will receive compensation and Linius will receive a portion of profit per-sale.

Linius has previously partnered with system integrators Hemisphere to enable for ground-breaking advertising, including inserting ads anywhere into the stream.

Hemisphere also offers technology to enable the use of the viewer’s name and face to be featured in the ad. Linius plans to further add user-driven content to their platform, allowing users to create their own video compilations and share them.

Linius’ services are currently available on Amazon, Microsoft Azure and, IBM Cloud.

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