Leading Enterprise Video Provider Releases VCC V10, Adding Self-Service Broadcasting, Hybrid Delivery, Advanced Analytics and Intelligent Distribution to List of Key Upgrades
Qumu, the leading provider of best-in-class video technology for the enterprise, has announced the release of Qumu Video Control Center (VCC) version 10—the customer-hosted version of Qumu’s intelligent Enterprise Video platform. This new release provides significant performance and capability upgrades for all Qumu on premise deployments, as well as a more secure, scalable and user-friendly platform for global organizations considering an enterprise video investment.
“On premise enterprise video implementations continue to play a critical role in industries like Banking and Finance, Health Care and Government where security and scalability are mandatory,” said Vern Hanzlik, President and CEO of Qumu. “And this release is loaded with new features and upgrades that give our customers more organizational control when it comes to creating, managing, delivering and collaborating with video.”
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Qumu VCC V10 is built on Qumu’s intelligent video platform, which the company announced in February of this year. In addition to system performance, scalability and integration enhancements, key new features of VCC V10 include:
- Self-Service Live Broadcasting – empowering users to set up and execute large-scale, live streaming events directly from any video conferencing application including Zoom and Skype for Business.
- Hybrid External Delivery – enabling on premise deployment customers to leverage Pathfinder in the cloud, for video delivery to external audiences.
- Advanced Analytics – giving administrators and executives access to real-time metrics related to network performance and user engagement, for both live and on demand video.
- Intelligent Distribution – allowing organizations to simultaneously leverage multiple delivery methods to optimize video delivery for each individual user and end-user device.
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“With our intelligent video management and analytics tools in place, Qumu is now on the leading edge of self-service, hybrid enterprise video,” continued Hanzlik. “The most effective way to drive ROI from an enterprise video platform is for users to run it themselves, and Qumu is the first enterprise video company offering self-service, distributed computing to large, on premise customers.”