NimbraEdge targets primary distribution, sports and news interconnect through a cloud-native architecture enabling service providers and media companies to deploy and operate a cloud ingest, transport, and distribution.
“Nimbra Edge is building on our extensive knowledge in professional media workflows and will enable our customers to extend their offerings with a cloud-native transport solution across public and private clouds,” says Tor Blomdell, Head of Product at Net Insight.
Customers can deploy Nimbra Edge themselves in private datacenters or in public clouds in order to offer an open, elastic, and robust media pipeline to simplify live content management and transport. It will be released during the first half of 2019.
“The introduction of Nimbra Edge extends our media transport capabilities to include cloud-based properties and we can now offer scalable, quality transport across managed, unmanaged, and cloud infrastructure,” says Ulrik Rohne, VP Media Networks at Net Insight. “Net Insight offers the richest live media transport portfolio in the market; ranging from production networks, through contribution and now primary distribution and interconnect networks delivered over any infrastructure.”
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