Ramp was the first eCDN provider to receive Microsoft Stream Certification from Microsoft® during an event at Microsoft Ignite in Atlanta GA.
Microsoft Stream is a new business video service that democratizes video at work. Ramp eCDN received Microsoft Stream Certification of its integration which enables network distribution management and ensures seamless delivery of video content, at any scale, across global WANs.
As businesses create and share more video, enterprise networks must be able to keep up, providing fast, high performance streaming and on-demand video. Ramp eCDN for Microsoft Stream optimizes video bandwidth use across overloaded enterprise networks without the need for costly upgrades or the installation of desktop client software throughout the enterprise
@Microsoft announces at @MS_Ignite in Atlanta: @RAMPINC is first SDN/eCDN Partner to support @MicrosoftStream with AltitudeCDN™ OmniCache™ pic.twitter.com/sPmI5fIuEj
— Ramp (@RampInc) September 30, 2016
Additionally, Ramp eCDN is the only publicly Microsoft Stream Certified solution that does not depend on a peer-to-peer (P2P) architecture being deployed within the enterprise, where many organizations have implemented security policies and standards that preclude P2P solutions.
OmniCache™ is an innovative enterprise caching solution that supports virtually any video source, including Microsoft Stream, Azure Media Services, Brightcove, and Microsoft Office Video. OmniCache supports both live and on-demand video, for a single, cost-effective approach to enterprise video distribution.
We’re is a partner provider for both Microsoft Azure and Stream and to have achieved Microsoft Stream Certification. This latest certification comes on the heels of our partner announcements with other industry-leading organizations such as Wowza, Panopto, and Sonic Foundry, which together demonstrate the broad recognition of Ramp eCDN as the best-of-breed, next-generation solution for the enterprise video market.