Velocix Expands SaaS Portfolio with Cloud-native Video Recording Manager
Fully managed service reduces operational costs and time-to-market for Cloud DVR and time-shifted video applications
Velocix, the market’s leading provider of carrier-grade video streaming and advertising technology, has expanded its portfolio of fully managed software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications with the launch of a new cloud-native video recording management service called Cloud VRM.
Cloud VRM features an elastically scalable platform that orchestrates and automates IP-based video recording workflows for cloud DVR and time-shifted video applications. The service delivers a comprehensive, time-shifted viewing experience to consumers on every connected screen, using an architecture that is independent of the middleware and pre-integrated with multiple recording engine solutions.
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Jim Brickmeier, Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Velocix, said: “We are committed to offering video service providers the most flexible, efficient, and cost-effective solutions in the marketplace, which is why we are so excited to announce Cloud VRM. With its cloud-native design, pay-as-you-go economics and fully hosted and managed deployment options, operators can take advantage of our Emmy Award-winning recording technology, while lowering their upfront investment and accelerating their time-to-market.”
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Cloud VRM’s newly introduced multi-tenancy features are designed to minimize operators’ scale-out costs by orchestrating recording services across multiple sites and geographies using a common software deployment. This reduces start-up time and operational expenses by eliminating the need for recording management infrastructure on-site.
Cloud VRM supports private-copy, shared-copy, and hybrid cloud DVR applications, as well as time-shifted video capabilities, such as program restart and catchup TV. Advanced recording management features include per-user recording and storage quotas, series recording, cross-device bookmarking, content lifecycle management, rules-driven rights compliance, and configurable storage optimization.
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