BluEvo and Hybrik Ally for Cloud Transcoding

BluEvo has formed an alliance with Hybrik to enhance its proprietary cloud-based system, BluCloud, by incorporating Hybrik’s transcoding engine.

“As consumers increase their consumption of digital media, the demand for advanced digital services also increases,” explained Paulette Pantoja, president, BluEvo. “With Hybrik’s system, we can efficiently deliver high-quality content for providers to any digital platform or broadcaster in a wide variety of formats.”

Hybrik provides BluEvo with a system that integrates directly into the BluCloud backbone.

“BluEvo is a global leader in digital services, and it is an honor to be selected for the BluCloud platform," said David Trescot, CEO, Hybrik. "Working with BluEvo during their development and integration process has been a great experience for us, and we look forward to providing additional service in the future."

Hybrik’s large-scale transcoding platform is in use by some of the largest media companies in the world. Its service is based on Amazon’s AWS cloud platform and provides transcoding, quality control, accelerated file transfer, large-scale storage, and streaming to deliver superb video optimized for every screen.

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