24i Unmasks Mod Studio For Streaming Services

Netherlands based provider of video streaming platforms 24i has launched Mod Studio to improve speed and efficiency of online service deployments.

The platform is a new branding and repositioning of existing components, as well as new ones, embracing video ingest, transcode or network PVR functionality, advanced recommendations and white label front-end apps for various connected devices. It brings together 24i’s existing products with the middleware and systems integration capabilities added through the recent acquisition of Danish Pay TV technology developer Nordija.

Mod Studio comprises a library of configurable, pre-integrated modules known as “Mods”, each of which enables a set of key features such as the video ingest. “Our mantra at 24i is ‘streaming made simple’ and our productized solutions are designed to improve speed to market and operational efficiency, while offering our customers a high-quality and future-proof user experience that meets their needs,” said 24i CEO Joachim Bergman. “With 24i Mod Studio, we can strike the perfect balance between the simplicity and cost-efficiency of an off-the-shelf product and the configurability our customers need to create a solution that’s uniquely tailored to their brand.”

As well as renaming its end-to-end video streaming platform, 24i has taken a selection of Mods to create pre-packaged, entry-level platforms for two key market segments, called 24i OTT Studio and 24i Pay TV Studio. These pre-configured packages are designed to cover essential functionality needed by programmers and distributors to launch fast and grow their streaming service while limiting capital expenditure. These options allow customers to offload responsibility for infrastructure, applications and day-to-day technical operations to 24i.

Cinessance, a new OTT platform dedicated to French Film, is the first customer to use the 24i OTT Studio. The service went live in mid-November to consumers in the US and Canada with plans for future global expansion. “To maximize our efficiency, we did not want to build or host any of our streaming technology ourselves,” said Clément Monnet, Cinessance Founder & CEO.

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