Limelight Networks Debuts New Digital Content Delivery Solution for Media and Broadcasters

Limelight Networks, a global leader in digital content delivery, last week announced the availability of its Limelight Orchestrate™, a new digital content delivery solution with integrated workflow capabilities for Media and Broadcasters to deliver broadcast-quality video to online audiences faster and easier.

According to Limelight, the Orchestrate solution offers a powerful cloud-based solution that reduces content publishing complexity and speeds time-to-market, while also improving the availability, performance, scalability, and protection broadcasters need to efficiently deliver today’s burgeoning digital video content.

The multi-platform content delivery solution offers Media & Broadcasters extended feature rich capabilities such as single copy of video supporting multiple encoding formats and digital rights management (DRM) protection or global replication. Orchestrate also supports Zero time to Publish (ZTP), enabling playback immediately after a file has been uploaded to support instant broadcast of a breaking news or announcements. In addition, the solution brings REST-based Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) for integration with existing publishing workflows and analytics for user engagement measurements. 

“When accessing online video content, consumers now demand the same seamless experience they have come to expect when watching broadcast television, which challenges digital broadcasters to deliver a broadcast-quality viewing experience. Broadcasters and media outlets require an efficient, unified solution to quickly and securely deliver digital content anywhere, and on any device, while increasing their ability to monetize that content. The Orchestrate solution for Media and Broadcasters enables them to meet these requirements by integrating multiple components of a traditional workflow with Limelight’s cloud services and powerful global delivery infrastructure.”

-          Robert Lento, CEO, Limelight Networks

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