Award-winning Bristol Start-Up YellowDog Gains 1000th Sign Up

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YellowDog’s Gareth Williams

The team behind the award-winning start-up, YellowDog, have announced that they have reached one thousand sign ups to the innovative YellowDog platform.

In less than two short years, YellowDog has gone from an idea in founder Gareth Williams’ mind to an outstanding technology start-up. Now they are experiencing impressive accelerated growth – thanks to the dedication within the team to transformative technology and customer service.

Their efforts have now been rewarded by seeing the 1000th sign up to their online platform, along with two award wins and two pending award nominations in 2017 alone.

Today, the YellowDog Platform gives animators, 3D artists, studios, and VFX artists the ability to render their computer generated creations faster and more effectively than any other service.

This disruptive technology is a ground-breaking change in how businesses access computer power for intensive batch processing tasks, and the awards that YellowDog have won in the last year are testament to the level of innovation they are bringing to the market.

Gareth himself is thrilled to reach so many people, and transform their rendering experience: “YellowDog was founded on the principle that things could be done better, and it’s a joy to work with our customers and see that come to fruition. Now that we have one thousand businesses signed up to the platform, we can’t wait to continue to develop more offerings for the market.”

YellowDog has received support from Oracle, Engine Shed in Bristol, and SETsquared – but their real success is through disrupting the industry standards. The accepted norms of cloud rendering have been shattered, and now global studios such as Blue Zoo, Cum Creative, and No Ghost are relishing the opportunity to render differently.

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