Norigin unveils new cloud platform for linear TV

Norigin unveils new cloud platform for linear TV

Norigin unveils new cloud platform for linear TV

Posted by George Silva

Scandinavian company Norigin Media today launched, a platform for capturing, encoding and hosted Origin-server services for linear TV.

The private cloud is launched with a pay-as-you-go business model to make online live-TV management affordable. is a live-TV capture and transcoding platform, which is offered to broadcasting companies, news agencies, ad agencies, live content producers and enterprise customers with the need to distribute linear channels or live events. The CDN agnostic platform is able to capture IP-feeds from around the world and downlinking of all European Satellite signals. The new product is most suitable for long tail live content in new OTT services, disaster recovery or live events.

Broadcast-grade infrastructure, which helps prepare live-TV channels for multi-screen delivery, will be made accessible for customers to manage via a web app. SD or HD, multi-bitrate and multi-resolution profiles are offered with an array of formats including HLS, MSS, HDS, RTMP and MPEG-DASH. European 24/7 support centers are also prepared for any priority issues.

Ajey Anand, CEO of Norigin Media comments:” fills a gap where infrastructure for online Live TV management becomes affordable and well supported. The Scandinavian Cloud TV platform will provide the best-in-class quality hosting services across the globe.”

In related news, Norigin Media has confirmed it will be attending Content Delivery World (5-7 October London) and the OTT TV World Summit (9-12 November London) later this year.

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