Tata Communications has partnered with Kaltura to combine Tata’s content delivery network (CDN) with Kaltura’s open source online video platform.
The pair said that the integrated offering will enable media companies, enterprises and educational institutions to manage the entire video process, from acquisition to delivery, through a single interface.
“The single application interface allows content owners to focus more on creating quality content for both on-demand and live delivery and less on media workflow and distribution. By joining with Kaltura, we are making executing online video strategy easier than ever,” said Genius Wong, senior vice president of global network services at Tata Communications.
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