Quickstream™, a leading provider of software-defined, cloud-based solutions for live video, announced on October 28, 2020 the release of its Quickstream Cloud product, the first one-click video cloud exchange for the broadcast industry. The Quickstream Cloud solution is the first live video cloud solution designed for the delivery of broadcast-quality feeds globally to any partner in 15 minutes. It is the first inexpensive live cloud video solution of its kind, and is as easy to use as a shared document.
On a live webinar on launch day, Michal Suchon, founder/CEO of Quickstream, conducted a live demo of Quickstream Cloud features, and engaged in a panel discussion, moderated by Chris Pfaff, that also featured:
- Dr. Eric Petajan,
principal systems engineer, Video, CV, AI, AT&T
- Wojtek Bialek, broadcast manager, Da Vinci GmbH
- John Hammond, producer, Property TV (pTV)
Quickstream Cloud acts as a unique live global video exchange network, enabling effective live video contribution in the cloud. As a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, customers can sign up, connect with Quickstream Cloud and exchange live content in an instant, on-demand fashion. The product builds on the company’s flagship product, Quickstream Node gateway, which enables broadcasters to design flexible IP workflows and bridge between video infrastructures. Quickstream Node is the most complete IP video signal distribution product on the market, capable of transporting high quality, high-resolution audio/video feeds with minimal latency. Full encoding, decoding, and transcoding support for the OTT market is currently in beta.
You can view the full Quickstream Cloud introduction webinar at:
Michal Suchon, founder/CEO of Quickstream, introduces Quickstream Cloud, and how to create and share a channel
Wojtek Bialek, from Da Vinci GmbH, discusses his use of Quickstream
Dr. Eric Petajan, from AT&T, discusses 5G and the cloud
John Hammond discusses the opportunity for TV producers using the cloud
Chris Pfaff moderates the New York-Krakow-London gathering