For media and entertainment, the business of video is paramount. Whether through live streaming or distributing news coverage in real time, the media and entertainment industry heavily depends on video services. Organizations need to deliver high density videos for any screen immediately. Considering anyone can capture and share news with a smartphone, there is increased competition to deliver up-to-the-minute content.
Vantrix, a Montreal-based video service company, is providing video solutions for broadcasters, content owners and cable operators to enhance media processing operations. To help businesses within the media space, Vantrix with support from IBM Cloud Video, is providing businesses with an architecture that can manage massive volumes of content and meet the demand for video on multiple screens. These flexible cloud-based video services will help organizations quickly and efficiently store and handle video content at lower costs, while also supporting new and innovative 360 and Virtual Reality video distribution.
With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day – the equivalent of 170 newspapers being delivered daily to every man, woman and child on the planet – organizations in all industries must look at new, innovative platforms that enable them to deliver content in ways audiences favor most.
The fact is, many businesses are still in their infancy when it comes to adopting and integrating an application architecture that can successfully manage large volumes of video data, support the exchange of massive media files and quickly distribute this content to multiple channels.
But with video on the cloud, companies can inspire and connect with their audience like never before.