• LaunchedMarch 2019
    FoundersAditya Patadia and Divyesh Patel
    PublishedJune, 2021

Gumlet provides a new-age media delivery infrastructure that provides low code or no-code integration plugins, which automates the entire media publishing pipeline.

As the internet becomes increasingly global and data-hungry, serving images and video in a high-performance low-latency environment is considered table-stakes for all websites to earn customer trust. Developers all over the world use Gumlet to automatically provide the lowest size images and videos with the best resolution and performance.

Media files such as images, GIFs, videos, and animations are integral to all digital interactions and experiences today. Yet, current solutions for managing and publishing media files typically rely on archaic APIs that require deep integration, domain knowledge and constant maintenance. Media processing today is messy and complicated, involving a plethora of formats, device sizes and platforms.

With Gumlet, developers never have to worry about managing different versions and sizes of media files again. Once integrated, previous, new and upcoming images are all automatically optimised for all users. Gumlet takes over resize, compression, format conversion, transcoding, streaming, delivery and analytics for all media files.

Due to the automation Gumlet provides, developers experience 30% to 50% better optimisation without affecting quality. This helps online businesses to provide better UX, load pages faster, save cloud costs and improve SEO.

Gumlet currently serves more than 6,000 customers including online stores, news sites, blogs, EdTech startups, travel sites and crowdfunding portals. Over four billion media files are delivered every week via Gumlet.

Gumlet was founded in 2019 in Singapore by Aditya Patadia and Divyesh Patel, who previously built, scaled and successfully exited from Turing Analytics, a pioneering AI startup in the image recognition and visual search space. Aditya is also the creator of a popular open-source image resize library in the PHP language, which he launched in 2012.

*Angel Investors: Aakrit Vaish, Miten Sampat, Swapan Rajdev and Yash Kothari