If BASE Media Cloud was going to successfully encourage the media world to migrate to the cloud, they would need a partnership that could address the sector’s need for security, volume and speed.
The global media industry generates a lot of content. Indeed, by the end of 2018 there will be almost 100 million terabytes created every year. And the businesses that make up the sector will need somewhere secure to store it, as well as to easily access and deploy it wherever they are, at whatever time of the day or night. BASE Media Cloud is on a mission to provide this. Redefining flexible cloud storage and workflow solutions for media and production companies that can integrate directly with media applications. For everything from broadcast footage to films.
BASE Media Cloud made its foray into cloud-based storage and delivery with an infrastructure hosted and co-managed by Vodafone. Private cloud allows BASE Media Cloud to control capacity, guarantee data sovereignty and improve performance.
The startup selected Vodafone for its world-class infrastructure, high-speed network connectivity and managed private cloud services. And BASE Media Cloud’s customers now enjoy a personalised storage service and instant, secure access to their content. Also, compared to traditional storage and retrieval systems, costs are dramatically reduced.
"We chose Vodafone for the global coverage of their core network and the robust security they can offer. Clients that we host in Vodafone’s facility like to know that our virtualised servers are monitored and managed every day."
Founder and CEO, BASE Media Cloud
Gartner has positioned Vodafone as a "Leader" in its Magic Quadrant for Managed M2M Services, Worldwide report 2017, for the fourth consecutive year