​Veset Expands Cloud Playout Distribution With Wowza

Integration of Veset Nimbus cloud playout with Wowza Streaming Engine software expands the list of supported video input and output formats with the addition of Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) format.

At customer’s request the Wowza Streaming Engine is deployed together with Veset Nimbus playout and allows channel originators to record and archive live and linear streams, transcode outputs in multiple protocols and qualities, add DRM, and send feeds directly to CDNs and stream targets like Facebook Live, YouTube and Wowza Streaming cloud. It enables Veset’s customers to receive and send SRT video feeds and manage multiple SRT feeds through its UI. Wowza’s monthly subscription SaaS model is fully aligned with that of Veset Nimbus.

“Veset is constantly expanding its technological offering by adding new formats, functions and features,” said Igor Krol, Veset CEO. “We believe OTT distribution is where the future of linear TV is and we continue to work with leading technology partners such as Wowza to deliver the breadth of functionality and flexibility required by modern OTT linear television. Wowza was one of the co-founders of the SRT Alliance and we are glad that we can offer our customers a reliable and professional-grade management tool for customers who choose SRT for OTT streaming.”

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