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Company Overview of Zebrafish Labs Inc.
Zebrafish Labs Inc. provides real-time image processing and delivery services through its online platform. Its services include processing, analysis, rendering, caching, routing, and delivery of images. The company offers its services via its Web API, proprietary software, and network infrastructure, as well as by connecting to clients’ image storage or hosting location. It serves customers in the United States and internationally. Zebrafish Labs Inc. was incorporated in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California.
1141 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Founded in 2011
Key Executives for Zebrafish Labs Inc.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Zebrafish Labs Inc. Key Developments
imgix Expands Image Processing Tools to Google Cloud Storage™
Oct 18 17
imgix announced support for Google Cloud Storage. With this integration, Google Cloud Storage users gain access to advanced image processing capabilities with more than 100 editing parameters available, allowing them to increase the speed and responsiveness of their websites and apps while decreasing their bandwidth usage. This advanced image processing capability will also be available to users of Google's Firebase mobile platform, greatly augmenting its ability to handle visuals. Google Cloud Storage source support joins imgix's long standing support for integrating with a variety of other types of customer-selected storage options, including Amazon S3 and standard HTTP/HTTPS endpoints. imgix caches and serves images at various locations around the globe, maintaining a delivery presence at 33 edge locations in 16 countries worldwide.
imgix Announces HEIC Support in Anticipation of iOS 11 Launch
Sep 12 17
Ahead of the hotly-anticipated iOS 11 launch, imgix announced it will support the new HEIC image format that will be introduced along with the new mobile operating system. With user-generated images from mobile devices accounting for a large percentage of the visual content online, it’s more important than ever that developers be ready to adapt to new image formats. With this announcement, imgix will be able to accept images in the HEIC file format and perform its full suite of real-time image processing operations on them, including transcoding and serving in the ideal file format for each browser and device. This functionality will soon be available to new and existing imgix customers. HEIC, or High Efficiency Image Format, is a streamlined way to store image files while retaining high image quality, and was proposed as a potential successor to JPEG, the most common image format online. JPEG was first introduced in 1992 and has remained an industry standard over the past 25 years, however new advances enable computers to reduce the size of image files in new ways, resulting in file formats that retain far higher image quality and serve much faster. HEIC, which is based on the H.265 video format, features advanced compression that can result in significant file size savings on supported devices. Only a small number of platforms currently support HEIC, as Apple will be the first major device maker to support HEIC natively. The imgix team has extensive experience in processing images for both mobile and websites, many of which feature significant amounts of user-generated content. The service allows its users to perform more than 100 image manipulations in real time as an image is served. This gives developers greater flexibility in dealing with image data while reducing file sizes and load times, increasing web performance.
Imgix Announces Enhanced Service in Brazil
May 10 17
imgix announced enhanced service in Brazil with a new edge node located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This new edge node joins recent additions in Dubai, Madrid, Paris, Johannesburg, Montreal and Toronto, improving speed and reliability of the image optimization and delivery service in those regions. The addition of the Sao Paulo node positions imgix for expansion in Brazil, one of the hottest emerging technology markets in the world.
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