ATEME Joins Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program to Promote Cloud Solutions
ATEME has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program. By joining the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program, ATEME will empower the tools and technology needed to accelerate cloud deployments designed to meet customer’s business goals faster.
As part of the program, ATEME brings their comprehensive video solutions to Google Cloud to deliver a wide range of benefits to service providers, broadcasters, and content providers – including the ability to start up new video services rapidly, add larger numbers of channels, and migrate to the cloud at their pace.
ATEME’s Google Cloud-integrated solutions deliver cost-effective, high-quality services, as well as the potential for additional monetization in the future, enabling capabilities such as targeted advertising and personalization. ATEME has already demonstrated the high level of expertise, technical proficiency and customer success when running on Google Cloud. By joining the Google Cloud Partner ecosystem, ATEME will deliver even better experiences to their customers, enabling them to migrate video processing and delivery to the Google Cloud.
“By joining the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program, we have the perfect opportunity to work with Google Cloud to test, enhance our solutions, and ensure full integration with Google Cloud,” says Rémi Beaudouin, Chief Strategy Officer, ATEME. “Our cloud ecosystem keeps expanding as customers migrate video services with ATEME cloud-compliant software solutions that now work in the Google Cloud. This is just the beginning of an exciting cloud journey for ATEME, and we look forward to continuing to accompany more media companies as they migrate to the Cloud, with Google Cloud by our side.
ATEME is experiencing strong demand for cloud solutions. It is deploying media solutions such as OTT streaming, 4K video-on-demand, and disaster recovery in the cloud globally across cable, broadcast, and OTT platforms. The company’s software solutions can turn up hundreds of channels for an OTT provider overnight in the cloud.