Designed as a cloud-based solution, Harmonic’s VOS 360 SaaS is capable of managing the entire media processing chain, from ingest to playout, compression, packaging and content delivery.
The joint software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution has been deployed by AMTV, an Indonesian streaming service provider
Harmonic has teamed up with Veygo, a provider of multi-screen user experience software solutions for the media industry, to create an end-to-end software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for over-the-top (OTT) video delivery.
Under the partnership, Veygo’s Meta_Video Player, an application designed for content and subscriber management, has been integrated with Harmonic’s Electra media processor and VOS 360 media processing SaaS, to provide operators with a cloud-based solution that speeds up the time to market for OTT offerings.
The joint solution has been deployed by Indonesian streaming provider, AMTV, for its new multi-screen service.
Aldo Bon Suriasantika, COO at AMTV Media, said: “Working with two specialists in their respective fields — Veygo for data-driven user experience and Harmonic for cloud-based media processing — allows us to focus on the content and marketing aspects of our new multi-screen business, entrusting the technology and content delivery to the experts.”
Harmonic VOS 360 SaaS is designed to manage the entire media processing chain, from ingest to playout, compression, packaging and OTT delivery for both live and on-demand content. The cloud-based solution also allows video content and service providers to increase their agility and scalability, which are critical in the OTT environment, said Harmonic and Veygo.
Jean-Christophe Perier, founder and CEO of Veygo, concluded: “Today’s OTT service providers are keen on providing exceptional quality of experience (QoE) to end-users on every screen.
“The secret behind our winning solution with Harmonic is an off-the-shelf application, combined with real-time analytics, enabling QoE monitoring and personalised capabilities, thus enhancing user engagement and retention for multi-screen service providers.”