Live-stream and re-watch meetings, training and events securely, regardless of the location or the device
Fast and high-quality streaming that runs seamlessly. Content is easily accessible, securely stored and available on-demand.
End-to-end solution that protects the content, keeps it private and available only to the owner (and authorised receiver)
The number of viewers can vary from a couple of team members to the Superbowl audience with 500 million people.
Secure Stream TV in action
Everyone in the Loop
If you can't attend a meeting don’t miss out on important information and see content how it was originally intended.
For geographically dispersed companies to share valuable information securely regardless of the physical location.
Emergency Call to Action
You need to deliver an important message to your entire workforce urgently in a secure and timely manner.
Do you provide all of the equipment?
The studio will need some hardware to record video and to broadcast it to the cloud services. This hardware can be a simple smartphone or professional equipment. Our recommendation is something in between those two. We would recommend dedicating one computer (Mac or PC – will be set up as a broadcast control centre) only to be used for the live streaming and acquiring transcoder and dedicated camera. This way the equipment can be configured for the live streams, and there are no surprises before the live stream. If needed, we can provide suitable equipment as well.
How much bandwidth do I need?
Who retains control of the infrastructure?
Can I white label the product?
How do I cancel?
This video streaming solution is designed on the world’s largest cloud provider Amazon Web Services infrastructure. Using AWS services gives the streaming service reliability, scalability and flexibility to accommodate any future needs.
All connections to the streaming solution are allowed only over secure encrypted channels. Access to all live streams and recorded videos is limited only to client’s predefined whitelisted IP addresses.
The studio will need some hardware to record video and to broadcast it to the cloud services. This hardware can be a simple smartphone or professional equipment. Our recommendation is something in between those two. We would recommend dedicating one computer (Mac or PC – will be set up as a broadcast control centre) only to be used for the live streaming and acquiring transcoder and dedicated camera. This way the equipment can be configured for the live streams, and there are no surprises before the live stream. If needed, we can provide suitable equipment as well. Live streams can also be podcasted over a simple smartphone that will be configured for that purpose.
- All equipment needs pre-configuration to be able to transmit to the private cloud over the encrypted channels.
- Whether the studio is at a fixed location or the stream is broadcast from a mobile site, there needs to be a stable and fast enough internet connection to upload the live stream uninterrupted to the cloud streaming server. Hence, if the recording site is mobile, we always recommend doing a network speed test and live stream test before the actual broadcast.
The architecture is designed from the ground up only to accept encrypted connections, to keep all data on transit secure. Video and audio are transferred to the cloud server over encrypted VPN (IPsec) connection, which is established directly from the “camera computer” to the virtual private cloud in AWS. Live streams and recorded videos can be viewed only over encrypted HTTPS connection, which is accessible only from clients whitelisted IP addresses.
Recorded video files that are stored on AWS S3 file service are encrypted at rest. Each video file is encrypted with a unique key employing strong multi-factor encryption. As an additional safeguard, AWS encrypts the key itself with a master key that it regularly rotates. Amazon S3 server-side encryption uses one of the strongest block ciphers available, 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256), to encrypt your data.
All user requests (live stream viewing and recorded video streaming) are logged and archive to S3 file service for six months.
After every live streamed event, the server will encode the recorded file within a couple of hours, and archives it to AWS S3 file services, where it can be used for later viewing. We will provide preconfigured HTML snippet which can be embedded in client internal websites for later viewing of the recordings. HTML snippet code has an URL/file name field, which needs to be configured before the snippet is embedded to the internal website. This configuration field will tell the HTML snippet to which recorded video should be shown in this embedded player.
Video player (inside the HTML embed snippet) will be connected to the client Google Analytics. It will provide statistics about the video views. For example, real-time views of live events, recorded video views, and history of all live stream and recorded video statistics.