The solution enables customers to take advantage of distribution feeds from AWS Elemental MediaConnect to the LTN Network.
LTN and AWS Elemental MediaConnect align to offer greater efficiencies for live video transport via LTN’s low-latency multicast IP network.
The solution enables customers to take advantage of distribution feeds going back and forth from AWS Elemental MediaConnect to the LTN Network, while using the LTN multicast network and backbone infrastructure. The interoperability will allow customers to easily and quickly originate and send live video between AWS Elemental MediaConnect and LTN for both full-time and occasional use feeds, and to manage and schedule these feeds through the LTN Portal.
“It has never been easier for cloud playout and workflow customers to move high-quality live video content around the world with such speed and reliability,” Malik Khan, LTN Global Co-Founder and Executive Chairman said. “LTN Global continues to provide innovative workflow solutions to the toughest challenges facing content owners producing high-value events remotely. This expanded collaboration with AWS offers our customers high reliability, low latency and a seamless integration with on-ramps and off-ramps to both networks.”
Customers can book an AWS MediaConnect source (transmitter) or destination (receiver) on a specific AWS region via the LTN Portal. This enhancement enables customers to easily transport live video into, between, and out of the AWS cloud. It also enables customers to utilize AWS MediaConnect to transport live video streams to a large number of destinations, via the LTN Network.
The ongoing collaboration with AWS builds on the existing relationship forged, most recently in May of this year, when LTN achieved Advanced Technology Partner status in the AWS Partner Network (APN), the highest tier within the APN for Technology Partners.
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