Mogi IO brings OTT Cloud platform for rural India

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New Delhi: Mogi IO – a B2B video tech venture has launched a global first – OTT Cloud solution for rural India.

With this solution, Mogi IO aims to reach out to content creators and owners especially in rural parts of India ( tier 3 and 4 towns). It will enable them to launch their own mobile app and web platforms.

And help them stream and monetize video content via subscription (SVOD), pay per view (TVOD) and advertising (AVOD).

“With Mogi’s totally managed, plug & play, no code OTT cloud solution they can now launch their own branded apps and web apps in days and start making money,” said Vikrant Khanna, CEO and Founder – Mogi.

“The best part is there’s no upfront cost, they pay only if they get viewers and start making subscription money through the payment gateway integration in the OTT or if they opt for advertising-based revenue,” added Khanna,

“So Mogi’s OTT cloud is zero risk while empowering the youth of Bharat thereby bringing alive the AtmaNirbhar Bharat Story. Built by Indians, For Indians and Used by Indians,” he emphasized.

Mogi OTT cloud is a flexible and scalable cloud platform. It’s designed to meet the evolving needs of the OTT industry, combined with an extremely streamlined and simple video delivery workflow.

Additionally, Mogi’s OTT Cloud runs on its patented Streaming Engine which leverages a multi CDN architecture to deliver buffer-free videos even in tier 3 and 4 towns where network connectivity may be fluctuating.

Mogi’s AI-based compression ensures a 50% better reduction in video size compared to even global solutions. This would help in improving the user experience.

Mogi OTT Cloud Platform would enable –

  • Buffer free video streaming, even in Tier III & IV towns
  • Up to 50% superior compression than other solutions, while enhancing video resolution
  • Up to 4K streaming quality
  • More 50% better cost-efficiency
  • Robustness, reliability and scalability

Mogi is already working with marquee clients such as DishTV, Stage, FlowersTV, Momspresso, BritAsia TV (UK) & WTF Sports (Thailand) among many others.

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