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Online video infrastructure

101-200 employees
  • B2B
  • Enterprise
  • SaaS
  • API
  • Video
San Francisco, CA, United States, 1182 Market St #425

Company mission

To democratize video by solving the hard problems developers face when building video.

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-37% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

Theo Margolius headshot

Theo Margolius

COO of Otta

Mux is a performance analytics service for video developers and media publishers that has a goal to improve the quality of experience for online video viewers.

It provides online video publishers with the data needed for tackling common issues in order to build better video experiences, visualized in a powerful analytics dashboard backed by machine learning.

Companies like The New York Times, IGN and PBS, who collectively publish more than 100 videos a day, use Mux to measure baselines and video player performance in real-time.

With video streaming seeing steady growth in recent times, Mux Video’s revenues have been growing at a pace of 8x, making Mux one of the fastest-growing enterprise SaaS companies on the market.


  • Professional Development Stipend - For your continuous learning and growth
  • Flexible PTO - We encourage a healthy work-life balance
  • Healthcare - Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
  • Commuter Benefits - We want to help take the stress out of your commute
  • Catered meals - Plus snacks and (good) coffee

Company values

  • Care obsessively : Every frame matters
  • Be human : We are humans first and believe there is more to life than work
  • Do a lot with a little : Look for ROI on time and money. We are a startup after all
  • Be clear and direct : Good communication leads to good thinking (and vice versa)
  • Customers = fans : Always look for opportunities to delight our users
  • Bias for action : Don’t wait for something to be on fire to fix it

Funding (last 2 of 6 rounds)

Apr 2021



Aug 2020




Total funding

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Steve Heffernan


A video technology enthusiast with experience in developer product design, creator of other video products including Video.js and Zencoder.

Jon Dahl

(Co-founder & CEO)

Co-founder of Zencoder, acquired by Brightcove, where they served as VP of Technology, with experience in software development.

Adam Brown

(Co-founder & Head of Technology)

Experienced software developer, serving as a senior software engineer at Brightcove before cofounding Mux in 2016.

Matthew McClure


The organizer of the Demuxed conference and the SF video technology meetup. Their background lies in software engineering.

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