AWS & OWNZONES ELEVATE OTT CLOUD TECHNOLOGY WITH DYNAMIC PARTNERSHIP

| December 31, 2018

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OWNZONES was honored and excited to be part of the Amazon booth at IBC 2018 (9/13-9/18), showcasing OWNZONES Connect™, the world’s most powerful cloud-based media distribution platform, which runs in partnership with AWS infrastructure.OWNZONES was previously invited to present at the AWS: L.A. Cloud Symposium on July 31. Our head of product, Nick Nelson, was given the opportunity to showcase how OWNZONES Connect has evolved and grown through successful partnerships with innovative studios like Jeff Cuban’s Magnolia Pictures.With Amazon Web Services support, we were able to provide the Oscar-winning studio the means to keep up in an already competitive OTT streaming landscape. You can hear a condensed version of the fascinating story of partnership and technological innovation .

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