Where Are They Now? Startup Battlefield Competitor QuickFire Networks

Where Are They Now? Startup Battlefield Competitor QuickFire Networks

By Sam O'Keefe QuickFire Networks launched its QuickFire TV platform at Disrupt SF 2014 during Startup Battlefield. Perhaps best described as a Pied Piper-esque solution for video, QuickFire TV is a custom hardware and software platform that reduces video file sizes and upload times so individuals and companies can get their videos out faster. Read More

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