Multi-screen video delivery and media data intelligence service provider Concurrent has introduced its software service that enables service providers to stream content from cloud hosted video libraries. Concurrent's unified origin server allows multi-channel video service providers to access premium content hosted on cloud storage services such as Amazon S3, pull it into their own content delivery networks, and deliver it to their customers on-demand.
Concurrent's technology streamlines the on-boarding process as content suppliers can upload a single video format and store it centrally on a secured, internet accessible storage system. Service providers can use that single source asset to create the content formats required to serve video to every screen. Concurrent's unified origin server supports live and on-demand video delivery to smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, PCs, and game consoles, as well as to classic set-top boxes. The unified origin server is an open system and is designed to operate in common HTTP content delivery network environments. Concurrent will be showcasing its unified origin server at the SCTE Cable Tec Expo in
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