SES to deliver cloud service for media delivery on Microsoft Azure

SES to demonstrate new media delivery service on Microsoft Azure at IBC2019 in Amsterdam
Ferdinand Kayser.
Ferdinand Kayser.

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SES is developing a broadcast-grade managed cloud service offering on Microsoft Azure as a result of an expanded collaboration with Microsoft.

Benefitting from Azure’s extensive cloud and AI capabilities, and its own expertise in providing managed services for leading broadcasters and media companies worldwide.

This service will provide end-to-end, service-level agreement (SLA)-based media delivery services on Azure, giving broadcasters and media companies the flexibility and scalability that are essential in today’s rapidly changing media environment.

The new service will bring the most relevant content to the cloud and provide innovative services covering the entire video value chain — ingest, playout, and delivery.

SES has a claimed reach of over 355 million TV households (or 1 billion people) and distributes over 8,200 channels via satellite.

“Our collaboration with Microsoft Azure will enable us to take our portfolio of media services and distribution solutions to the next level,” said Ferdinand Kayser, CEO of SES Video. “Our cloud-enabled media service will be unique to the industry and will offer scalability and flexibility, along with increased broadcast quality of service, thanks to the latest AI and machine learning capabilities.”

Tad Brockway, corporate vice president, Azure Storage, Media, & Edge, Microsoft Corp said: “Broadcasters and media companies need solutions to deliver high-quality video services globally with maximum flexibility, scalability, and reliability. We look forward to working with SES to deliver these new solutions on Azure.”

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