Streaming Video CDN by Broadpeak for Intigral
By Stephen Brown | | 0
Streaming video is an incredibly important aspect of today’s internet. With huge numbers of online services offering data heavy video streaming, from world famous television studios to curators of self-produced content, the demand for high quality and high performance streaming video technology is forever climbing.
As such, many companies around the globe are looking to streaming video experts to help them provide their customers with high performance online video delivery solutions. The latest company to leverage a streaming video CDN provider is Intigral. Intigral are a leading provider of video delivery solutions in the Middle East and North Africa. They have selected Broadpeak to help improve the performance of their streaming video.
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“BroadCache Box extends our range of CDN solutions for broadcasters and content aggregators, adding a local video cache solution to our existing array of solutions comprising of our CDN selector, origin packager, CDN as a service, and video delivery analytics,” said Jacques Le Mancq, CEO at Broadpeak. “As a leading provider of CDN solutions delivering over 500 PBs of video content every month, Broadpeak is extremely well-positioned to help content providers maximize QoE and CDN cost savings.”
“We chose Broadpeak because they bring together a wealth of experience acquired during years of CDN deployments combined with a set of groundbreaking technology components, which results in superior quality of service for our customers,” said Tony Saab, who leads the video operations team at Intigral.
Speaking of the deal, Le Mancq continued, “Intigral is raising the television user experience to new levels, enabling live and on-demand content to be viewed on every screen via its new end-to-end video distribution platform. Working with Broadpeak’s CDN management and server solutions, Intigral is not only enhancing quality of experience, it’s also boosting operational efficiencies for clients that are looking to up their competitive game in the PayTV market.”