Capella Systems Showcases Cambria Stream on Akamai Connected Cloud at IBC23
Santa Clara, CA (September 8, 2023) – The Cambria Stream family includes Cambria Stream Encoder, Cambria Stream Packager, and Cambria Stream Manager. The Cambria Stream products are all Kubernetes-based services running on popular clouds including Akamai Connected Cloud, Google Cloud Platform, and Amazon Web Services. Cambria Stream Encoder is a scalable cloud encoder designed for live streaming workflows. It can ingest a wide range of live inputs including SRT and Zixi, and it handles both encoding and packaging to multiple adaptive streaming formats such as HLS, MPEG-Dash, and CMAF. Cambria Stream Encoder can work as a standalone live encoder or as a part of a network of multiple encoders managed by Cambria Stream Manager.
Cambria Stream Packager can work as a standalone packager for ingesting multiple encoded streams and package them to various streaming formats. Cambria Stream Packager can also be managed by Cambria Stream Manager.
“Cambria Stream products can simplify live streaming workflow in the cloud and allow our customers to easily monetize their live streams.” says Ikuyo Yamada, CEO/Founder of Capella Systems.
As an Akamai Qualified Computing Partner, Capella Cambria Stream products can run on Akamai Connected Cloud, a massively distributed edge and cloud platform. Users can deploy and scale Cambria Stream using Akamai Cloud Computing Services, all controlled by Cambria Stream Manager. Cambria Stream demo will also be shown at Akamai Suite at Elicium (Hall 13), 3rd floor at IBC.
“Akamai is pleased to welcome an innovative company like Capella to the Akamai Qualified Computing Partner Program,” said Matt Berk, vice president, cloud computing, Akamai. “Joint customers now have easy access to Capella’s Cambria Stream products with the global scale and high performance capabilities of Akamai Connected Cloud.”