Verizon Digital Media Service’s platform is built on the world’s largest, most connected network, and has over 100 points of presence on five continents, ensuring high-quality viewing of digital content on any device, anytime, anywhere. The company provides the foundational components in websites, apps and OTT video services for many of the world’s largest publishers, media companies and enterprises.
At Light Reading’s Big Communications Event in Austin, Texas, Jeff Geiser, vice president of Solutions Engineering at Verizon Digital Media Services, talked about the CSP’s OTT content delivery strategy, including the Uplink acquisition and the release of MX Studio.
Broadcasters, studios and other content publishers are beginning to realize the full potential of OTT content delivery, thanks to the ongoing maturation of video streaming platforms and services.
The 2017 NAB Show focused on how the convergence of media, entertainment and technology is shaping content creation, delivery and consumption.
Viewers expect that live and on-demand content delivered from the cloud will have the same quality, reliability, and availability typical of linear broadcasts on their set-top boxes. As a result, cable operators must be confident that the content distribution network (CDN) supporting their services offers the resilience and performance that are essential to smooth streaming.
Verizon Digital Media Services cuenta con servicios end-to-end para que los operadores y broadcasters puedan rápidamente ofrecer servicios de video en streaming con la última tecnología sin perder su foco en la producción de contenido o en incrementar sus audiencias.
Video can now be viewed just about anywhere, from a screen small enough to sit on your wrist, to a projection encompassing the side of a building. For anyone involved behind the scenes, it hasn’t been an easy journey, but the quality, though not always perfect, is finally getting close to it.
Cinedigm is finding success with online video services targeting niche markets using Verizon Digital Media Services. In this interview, the two companies reveal how mixing on-demand content with virtual linear channels is helping pull in the subscribers.