Open Cloud provides cost-effective local cloud, hybrid cloud, Elastic Cloud Server (ECS), Object Storage Service (OBS), and bandwidth services for customers in the media industry. Open Cloud supports resources sharing across radio and television stations, station and Internet integration, multi-screen convergence, media convergence development, and smart media cloud platform construction. It also enables quick rollout of Internet-based new media services and integrated development of publishing houses, print media, and new media.
- Highly Efficient
- Secure and Reliable
Application scenarios: TV stations, new media services, publishing houses, and print media
Cloud-based upload: The traditional manual upload mode takes a long period of time and is inefficient. The customized cloud-based transmission and acceleration services enable real-time upload. The OBS and ECS services enable video content editing and composing on the cloud.
Hybrid cloud: Local resources in the station are used to deploy a local cloud to provide online shared computing and storage resources for departments of the station. The local cloud nodes and public cloud nodes can securely communicate with each other. The public cloud provides nearline and offline storage to meet content backup and archiving requirements.
Cloud-based sharing: Public cloud nodes function as the exchange and publishing nodes, allowing content exchange between different TV stations and that between TV stations and Internet audio and video platforms as well as publishing of TV content directly on the Internet.
Publishing houses and print media can refer to the hybrid cloud and cloud-based sharing modes.