Platform’s use of Cloud and Web Services Technologies Keeps Business Broadcasters Ahead of Technology Curve
LOS ANGELES, CA—February 6, 2020 – MediaPlatform today announced that its flagship, next-generation live webcasting platform – MediaPlatform® Broadcaster – supports the newly deployed Microsoft Edge browser, created for Windows 10 replacing Internet Explorer. Launched last year, Broadcaster carries over MediaPlatform’s end-to-end enterprise video capabilities – including exceptional live event scale and reliability, video content management and security, technology-agnostic and redundant video delivery and real-time live event analytics – onto a cloud-native architecture capable of tapping the best of available cloud services. The new architecture improves overall platform performance and enables the company to accelerate feature development using cloud and reusable technologies. Broadcaster’s agile and scalable architecture enables business broadcasting customers to stay abreast of the constantly changing technology landscape – including support for new browsers, like Edge, and elimination of older technologies – such as Adobe Flash. Anticipating the deprecation of Flash in 2020, MediaPlatform re-built Broadcaster to be 100% Flash-free. Edge adds to the list of Chromium-based browsers supported by Broadcaster, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
MediaPlatform is a leading enterprise video platform enabling large-scale live streaming and on-demand video that companies use to engage remote employees, empower and motivate workers by giving them the power to rapidly self-educate and share knowledge, and attract and keep top talent. MediaPlatform gives customers an end-to-end solution and world-class services so they can use their networks for business broadcasts, consolidate disconnected video systems, accelerate their digital workplace transition, and gain insights into the reach and impact of their video communications.
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