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Cisco launches video Cape as a cloud service

2014-03-21  |  Comebuy News

Cisco expands its TV platform video Cape to a series of cloud capabilities. The American broadcaster NBC will use the new offer for the transmission of the next Winter Olympics in the Russian city of Sochi.

Media companies and service providers can use the video Cape cloud software on public - and private-clouds - including on those based on OpenStack. Should it set up new video-on-demand applications to automatically scale, what significantly reduces the development time according to Cisco to months or even years.

Video Cape cloud services offer the capabilities of video Cape "as a service" with consumption-based billing. You use the same software and APIs like any other video Cape offers. Cisco cloud allows the combination of all variations of video Cape fusion Finally, whether they be used on performance-optimized hardware or from the cloud.

NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, wants to insert video Cape components including the cloud software with next month when the transfer of the Winter Olympics. The new components will support live streaming, as well as the retrieval of on-demand videos is produced in the Russian Sochi, from the cloud.

NBC is working the eighth consecutive Olympic Games with Cisco. It is hoped by the cloud based infrastructure "more mobility, portability, flexibility and scalability of our networks to meet the demand with far less preparation time and technique."

The WebEx video conferencing by Cisco will find a new field. The software will be installed on the announced Galaxy Tablet NotePRO and TabPRO. She should also have on Samsungs devices some exclusive features, as a transition from telephone calls to WebEx meetings.

[with material by Rachel King, ZDNet.com]

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