Veset’s hosted and fully managed services are now available, in addition to its self-service SAAS.
Veset has announced that its enterprise, cloud-based playout solution, Veset Nimbus, is now available as a hosted and managed service.
Users can select to have a hosted service or a fully managed service as an alternative to its self-service software-as-a-service (SAAS) offering.
Veset’s all in one cloud playout platform allows content owners to deliver high quality video streams over IP. Veset Nimbus is an enterprise-grade cloud playout platform that allows content owners to create and manage linear TV channels flexibly, reducing the complexity of delivering 24/7 or pop-up linear channels.
Veset has been providing professional SAAS cloud playout solutions since 2011, granting content owners easy self-service creation and scheduling of their linear TV channels. With its hosted managed and full managed services, users can benefit from additional support, advanced monitoring, reduced downtime, predictable costs, and cloud technology expertise.
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