Content delivery networks specialist Broadpeak has announced that OPEXMedia, part of French IP operator Neo Telecoms, has chosen Broadpeak solutions to provide video streaming as part of its suite of network infrastructure services that includes network, optical fibre, data centre and cloud computing platforms.
The new solution offers high-speed and secured media file transport, data hosting, transcoding, SaaS-mode editing solutions, HPC calculation/render farm, and multiplatform adaptive streaming.
Broadpeak said OPEXMedia’s decision to deploy its video streaming solutions was triggered by the demand for multiplatform broadcasting by its professional audiovisual clients. Users can now benefit from an on-demand tool that enables streaming of video content to a range of devices including TVs, PCs, tablet PCs and iPhones. The broadband adapts itself automatically to the available bandwidth following the broadcast device. Additionally, DRM support and centralised management of distant servers ensure that the content provider retains full control over the entire process.
Broadpeak said its solution adapts to a cloud computing system, allowing for a centralised and dynamic administration of content.
Neo Telecoms/OPEXMedia and Broadpeak will be exhibiting at IBC on Stands 8.B30b and 2.C40b respectively
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