Cable Technology Feature Article
Envivio Expands Portfolio by Introducing Envivio Nuage Software-as-a-Service Video Solution
By Deepika Mala, TMCnet Contributor
Envivio (News - Alert), a global market player and innovator of video software solutions recently launched an advanced fully virtualized cloud-based software-as-a-service video solution, called the Envivio NuageSM.
Officials said that Envivio Nuage manages content for video service and content providers, from content acquisition to the consumer, on any screen.
Touted as the world’s most advanced video solution, Envivio Nuage supports live linear and on-demand video. It also operates as a service on private, operator-owned networks, on the public cloud, or in hybrid environments.
Operators, with the help of this solution get the flexibility they need to launch or scale multiscreen video services using the efficiencies and elasticity of the cloud, with fast time-to-market, seamless end-to-end integration, and employing a pay-as-you-grow OPEX model.
Envivio CEO Julien Signes (News - Alert) said "From large operators to small content owners, everyone wants to deliver their video assets to all consumers on any screen. But the complexity of the fast-evolving ecosystem, the long and painful multi-vendor integration, makes launching those projects a lengthy and costly process that hinders industry progress."
This software-as-a-service video solution has been built on the cloud installation of the broad solution set of Envivio offerings for video processing, video delivery and video personalization.
Envivio's VP-Strategy and Corporate Development Arnaud Perrier commented: "This expansion of our portfolio allows us to offer the virtualized video solution in a service providers' privately owned cloud, a public cloud, or a combination of both. With Nuage, we can enable the next Netflix or ESPN (News - Alert).com in 30 days or less."
Recently, TMCnet reported that Envivio has deployed the first cloud video transcoding service in China for Beijing Gehua CATV Network Co., Ltd., marking the first multiscreen video service offered by a Chinese cable network operator using a cloud solution.
Edited by Maurice Nagle