Blackbird receives London Stock Exchange Green Economy Mark

Blackbird, the developer and seller of Blackbird, the industry’s leading cloud native video editing platform, has been awarded the Green Economy Mark by the London Stock Exchange.

Blackbird’s patented native cloud solution enables businesses to edit and publish content faster in the cloud while eliminating the need for additional storage and processing capacity. Additionally, Blackbird’s architecture minimizes the transport of high-resolution video, dramatically reducing power and bandwidth requirements in data centers. Finally, it reduces the need for on-site equipment and enables remote work which saves the transport of assemblers, teams and material, thus reducing the carbon footprint of companies.

The Green Economy classification, first introduced in 2019, was created to highlight companies and investment funds listed in all segments of the main market of the London Stock Exchange and AIM that are driving the market. global green economy. To qualify for the Green Economy brand, businesses and funds must generate 50% or more of their total annual revenues from products and services that contribute to the global green economy.

The underlying methodology incorporates the Green Revenues data model developed by FTSE Russell. It provides a detailed taxonomy of environmental goods, products and services, and is designed to recognize both pure-play green technology companies as well as those from all industries that are making a significant contribution to the transition to a sustainable economy. low carbon emission.

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