Aframe provides BBC Worldwide with cloud video collaboration platform

DetailsEditor | 26 June 2015

Cloud-based video solutions provider Aframe has won a deal to supply BBC Worldwide with a cloud video platform to help the process of hosting and sharing format screeners with its global clients.

Aframe's cloud video platform is designed to remove the need to burn multiple DVDs and post them. This, says the company, can prove not only costly and time-consuming for content owners, but also cause potential delayed discussions between the team and potential clients. With the platform, all content can be shared in a cloud-based environment, which is accessible at any time, from any location.

In the latest deployment, the formats team at BBC Worldwide has the ability to use a centrally managed portal that can be used as a central repository where different versions of screeners such as Strictly Come Dancing and The Great British Bake Off are stored and shared with clients across the globe to stream online or download.

"Everything we do is focused on helping our clients manage the complexities of the video workflow finding, sharing, and reviewing media faster and more cost effectively, wherever they are," commented Aframe founder and CEO David Peto. "And it is great that the BBC Worldwide formats team have also been able to benefit from this."