• Best in class Recommendation Technology

    Know what your customers want before they do

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  • Easy to integrate

    Our elegant API makes it easy for you to rapidly integrate our Recommendation Engine with any platform or service.

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  • Fast and Accurate predictions

    Our scalable technology utilizes an ensemble of state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms to provide the highest quality recommendations

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  • Flexible, Customizable

    We take a data-driven approach and tune our engine to meet your business objectives such as increasing ARPU and customer retention

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Screaming Velocity, Inc. is a Silicon Valley software technology company that has developed licensable recommendation technology for the linear TV and VOD marketplace. The technology employs state-of-the-art machine learning techniques that analyzes user behavior to deliver high quality personalized recommendations specifically suited to the unique interests of an individual user. Our technology also employs advanced social network mining to produce immediate high quality recommendation results.

Latest News


July 2013

Minerva and Screaming Velocity Announce Collaboration on Cloud-based Recommendation Solution (read here).


April 2013

Screaming Velocity releases customer API to their easy-to-integrate cloud-based Recommendation Engine at the 2013 NAB Show (read here).


January 2013

Happy New Year! We're at CES 2013 – read the announcement (press release).


October 2012

SVI's latest v2.0 Recommendation Engine is now shipping (read the announcement here).


July 2012

The most recent licensee of our recommendation technology is Santa Clara, California-based 9x9.tv (view the press announcement).


April 2012

Screaming Velocity takes TV and VOD Recommendation Technology to the Next Level at the 2012 NAB show in Las Vegas (NAB Press Release).


January 2012

Our technology debuted at the CES 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (press release).