Did you catch Opera on HBO’s “Silicon Valley”?
Data compression. Sound familiar? “Silicon Valley” follows the sudden rise of a startup called “Pied Piper”. Originally created to test if a musician has infringed on any copyrights, the app stumbles upon a revolutionary data compression algorithm. Pictured below Jared presents the app at a TechCrunch conference. What do they do? Compression. Like us. When the final episode of the first season aired last week, we saw a familiar logo:
Why is our logo there? Because we were at TechCrunch Disrupt to launch Opera Coast. While that browser does not have compression, Opera Mini and Opera Max do. They use data compression to give you more for less. Just like PiedPiper.