How video streaming has become a protagonist of cloud computing

Cloud computing, or the technology that allows to process and store data on network, has become widespread in recent years. Cloud computing is more than ever useful in streaming video.

My favorite programs on laptops, tablets and smartphones, thus breaking my days from traditional tv programming, and on the other my username by inserting video streaming into their business, which is no longer interesting in the workplace, but essential.

Business use is not the only factor that increases the presence of video in the cloud.

The presence of online video is almost at the level of saturation in a series of leading online markets. For example, as of January 2018, Saudi Arabia has an online video use of 95%. Every day, more than 4 million content is uploaded to YouTube, with users watching 5.97 billion video videos on the famous platform every day.

Not to mention the audio that, together with the videos, claims its own cloud computing information. According to a leading market research company, sales of streaming audio are skyrocketing. On-demand audio streams exceeded 400 billion in flow in 2017 and the overall on-demand flow, including video, exceeded 618 billion.

How can current cloud infrastructures meet the needs of video streaming?

With the rise in popularity of cloud computing it is understood each type of cloud service offers users different levels of flexibility, control and management. The most advanced storage and performance of video streaming are the based Blockchain technology platforms. Tangram is part of this group that propose a decentralized video encoding system that allows to allocate unused space on internet. Let’s discover all the potential of Tangram platform!





By IES Team