SuperCloud Offers Live Streaming TV to Any Internet Connected Device

December 4, 2016

Consumer “Cord Cutters” to Access N2Me.TV Anytime, Anywhere With No App

SuperCloud, Inc. announced today that it is emerging from stealth mode and open for business. The company reports that through an intensive process it has developed game changing technology, its Convergent Cloud Access System (CCAS), which offers cable companies, telcos, networks, music/radio programmers, video game publishers, live event producers or anyone with digital video rights a superior way to manage and stream video from the cloud without requiring the consumer to download an app.

A dramatic innovation in architecture and infrastructure, SuperCloud’s browser-based system delivers live linear multi-channel TV 24/7 to any wireless or internet connected mobile device. The company allows its clients and their consumers to “cut the cord,” offering a completely wireless video distribution service directly from the cloud.

“SuperCloud’s live streaming solution is simply bigger, better and faster,” said SuperCloud Founder and Chairman Jim Devericks. “We integrate all three layers of the current cloud ecosystem (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), encapsulating them with military grade digital rights management and security. We’re the first–and I believe the only–company to approach streaming this way.”  The platform can stream in excess of 2,000 channels of live linear programming simultaneously to 100+ million simultaneously connected devices worldwide.

SuperCloud’s configuration allows MSOs, telcos and other video content rights holders and distributors who use the platform to choose which of their channels to make available for streaming in real time to their customers’ connected devices. Subscribers may access this programming on any mobile device and quickly “flip” through channels, just like on their home cable TV service.

Adding value to SuperCloud’s robust infrastructure and delivery and sales network are strategic relationships the company has secured with leading content delivery networks, data warehousing and processing, providers of communications and supply chain services, Internet of Things (IoT) solution providers connecting data and devices, and other key providers.

In addition, after rigorous testing with 40+ live streaming channels from December 2015 through October 17th of this year, SuperCloud opened a broad preview of its N2Me consumer streaming video entertainment portal, where entertainment is all about the customer — “It’s All About You.” The highly-anticipated N2ME entertainment service will launch broadly across the U.S. with 100+ live streaming linear TV channels, millions of songs, more than 10 thousand movies, thousands of games, 1 million eBooks, a roster of live interactive PPV events, an initial 35 live radio channels, and a social video chat platform.

“We’re extremely proud to introduce SuperCloud as the first of its kind in the world,” explained Devericks. “With no fiber runs, no satellite feeds, no spectrum confinements and no FCC regulatory compliance issues, we’ve committed to building the Holy Grail in 21st century streaming. This unique approach solves many problems that have impeded monetization of internet video: slow delivery, image quality, accessibility, piracy and lack of choice. Cablers and telcos can expand their streaming video offering with security, efficiency and scale. And for consumers, N2ME is extremely easy-to-use, so fans will find endless enjoyment as they watch live TV on any of their wireless and internet connected mobile devices.”


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