Editor | 09-08-2013
Nativ has revealed plans to launch a modular method for content owners, broadcasters, studios and brands to access its asset management, workflow and collaboration platform.
An extension of the latest version of Nativ's MioEverywhere platform, the new Mio Cloud will offer content owners integrated remote ingest and delivery; enterprise asset management; social and collaboration features; workflow design and orchestration; content repurposing and distribution; frame-accurate, Web-based logging; video-on-demand (VOD) packaging, delivery and syndication.
Its business model will be based on users paying a monthly fee that will vary according to the volumes ingested, stored and distributed. Users can scale their usage up or down according to their needs.
Aiming to offer reassurance about quality of service, Mio Cloud will not be based on a public cloud provider. Instead, Nativ will manage and store content on its own infrastructure, alongside industry partners such as Sohonet , which securely resides in managed data centres in Europe and the US.