DVEO Debuts Cloud-Based Content Delivery
TV/OTT equipment supplier DVEO, is now shipping its cloud-based content delivery service model that relies on DVEO licenses for encoding, transcoding, playout, ad insertion, video player, etc.
DVEO Video Cloud: On Demand & Live debuts next week in booth SU3306 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.
The new cloud-based model is designed for content delivery by telcos, or OTT video delivery by content originators and other organizations. It ingests and distributes live and on demand streams from high quality encoding sources such as DVEO’s Brutus, media systems such as DVEO’s Video Platform II, and virtually any third-party encoder or media system.
DVEO Video Cloud: On Demand & Live uses any of the popular cloud platform providers like Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2), Azure, Microsoft or Google Cloud. This model delivers major savings on CAPEX (capital expenditures) and OPEX (operating expenditures).
“Due to customer demand, we recently migrated all our software products to the cloud. Today we have all the pieces for complete cloud based content delivery that is significantly less expensive than other offerings,” said Laszlo Zoltan, DVEO CEO. “Moreover, we offer personalized support that is a DVEO hallmark. We offer licenses for all functions needed to create your content delivery on Amazon or Azure clouds.
“In addition, we can create customizable video clouds for customers,” Zoltan added. “We also design ‘hybrid clouds’ that combine private and third-party cloud services with on-premises hardware.”
DVEO Video Cloud: On Demand & Live enables operators to define video ingest and video publishing workflows. Users select sources, select files, and manage storage and other resources via remote control. Workflow publishing automates the delivery of content to websites, mobile devices, tablets and set top boxes, and also leverages social media integration with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other outlets.
DVEO Video Cloud: On Demand & Live is easy to implement, allowing users to get started quickly. It scales with organization’s needs as their video publishing requirements expand.
Users can run many types of reports, including performance of the cloud servers and content quality, performance of the content quality, and who watched the content for how long.