Synamedia and Hewlett Packard have signed an agreement that will see the video software provider use HPE ProLiant servers to power its solutions.
According to the companies, the agreement will help customers optimise capital expenditure with faster deployment, increased productivity, simplified operations and enhanced end-to-end security.
Synamedia’s CDN solution will optimise hardware provided by HPE, with the ability to “scale in minutes.”
Julien Signes, SVP and general manager, Video Network, Synamedia, said, “For scalability and channel availability, broadcasters, content owners and service providers must transition from hardware to software-based solutions, and they need to work with a partner who can manage the transition to a virtualised network, end-to-end, with reliability. Our portfolio and expertise offer the full package to help customers achieve this transformation, and working with a proven partner like HPE will help them get there quickly and securely.”