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Envivio Introduces Nuage Software as a Service

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.—Envivio has launched Envivio Nuage, a fully virtualized cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) video solution. Envivio Nuage is designed to manage content for video service and content providers, from content acquisition to the consumer, on any screen. Envivio Nuage supports live linear and on-demand video, and operates as a service on private, operator-owned networks, on the public cloud, or in hybrid environments.

The SaaS video solution consolidates Envivio’s Muse, Halo and Guru video processing, delivery and personalization software into a cloud-based solution. The products, which handle video processing, encryption, packaging, storage, distribution and network management, support a range of video streaming formats and DRM technologies, HEVC, H.264, and MPEG-2 standards, and feature personal TV applications such as time shifting, Catch-Up TV, Start-Over TV, nPVR, Follow Me TV, and targeted advertising, plus blackout, ad insertion, subtitling and just-in-time packaging. Live linear and on-demand content can be simultaneously delivered to OTT platforms such as Apple TV, XBox, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iOS/Android tablets, and smart TVs.


“This expansion of our portfolio allows us to offer the virtualized video solution in a service providers’ privately owned cloud, a public cloud, or a combination of both," said Arnaud Perrier, vice president, Strategy and Corporate Development for Envivio. "This gives operators the flexibility they need to launch or scale multi-screen video services using the efficiencies and elasticity of the cloud, with fast time-to-market, seamless end-to-end integration, and employing a pay-as-you-grow OPEX model. With Nuage, we can enable the next Netflix or ESPN.com in 30 days or less.”

Tom Butts

Tom has covered the broadcast technology market for the past 25 years, including three years handling member communications for the National Association of Broadcasters followed by a year as editor of Video Technology News and DTV Business executive newsletters for Phillips Publishing. In 1999 he launched digitalbroadcasting.com for internet B2B portal Verticalnet. He is also a charter member of the CTA's Academy of Digital TV Pioneers. Since 2001, he has been editor-in-chief of TV Technology (www.tvtechnology.com), the leading source of news and information on broadcast and related media technology and is a frequent contributor and moderator to the brand’s Tech Leadership events.