Case Studies DirectLink: Meeting Customer Demand With Live Streaming Video Services Learn how independent operator DirectLink expanded its triple-play offering to include live streaming local news, weather and sports using software-based video solutions from AWS Elemental. BT: Streamlining Video Infrastructure for Operational Efficiency Learn how BT delivered high quality live, on-demand, and time-shifted TV to subscribers using a flexible unified headend built on AWS Elemental video solutions. Viocorp: Broadcasting Live from the Cloud Learn how the Australia-based enterprise video platform company uses AWS Elemental Cloud to live stream complex, multi-day events such as AWS re:Invent. Sky: Innovating to Deliver the Best Viewing Experience Learn how leading pay TV provider Sky uses video solutions from AWS Elemental to scale its over-the-top Sky Go linear and NOW TV video-on-demand services. CNNgo: A Pioneering Model for News Delivery Learn how CNN uses solutions from AWS Elemental to support integrated content delivery that allows viewers to watch a fusion of live and on-demand news on the go. NASA TV: Real-time Coverage Learn how flexible and scalable video processing software from AWS Elemental supports multi-channel live streaming applications for NASA TV. TeraLogics: Video Dissemination for the U.S. Department of Defense Learn how TeraLogics provides Full Motion Video from ISR platforms to DOD deployments using AWS Elemental video processing solutions. BBC Video Factory: Leveraging the Power of AWS Elemental Cloud Learn how AWS Elemental Cloud has enabled the BBC to instantly scale video processing resources for its next-generation content delivery platform. Vienna State Opera: Live Streaming in Ultra High-Definition Learn how the Vienna State Opera used AWS Elemental video processing to deliver a live performance of Verdi’s Nabucco in 4K HEVC via MPEG-DASH over the Internet. Wilmaa: Live Multiscreen TV on Top of the Swiss Alps Learn how Wilmaa deployed video processing software from AWS Elemental to make a wide selection of multi-lingual broadcast content available on connected devices. Media Prima Streams to an International Audience Learn how Media Prima integrated AWS Elemental gear into its video infrastructure and realized improvement in the quality of video destined for multiscreen viewing. NGN: Leading the Ultimate Revolution in Sports Streaming Learn how NGN uses AWS Elemental Live to give Ultimate Frisbee fans the ability to live stream games, see instant replays and access on-demand footage of their favorite teams. Streaming the 2012 London Olympics to a Worldwide Audience Learn how these BBC, Eurosport, Terra, NHK and CTV organizations used video processing solutions from AWS Elemental to stream the 2012 Olympic Games to viewers in more than 70 countries. Stanford University: Instant Replay at the Stadium Learn how a leader in college sports is using AWS Elemental Live to enhance the in-stadium experience on game day with instant replay over Wi-Fi. Columbus: Multiscreen Video Services with a Twist Learn how Columbus Communications deployed solutions from AWS Elemental to deliver high-performance, low-cost multiscreen video services to subscribers. TF1 and deltatre: Streaming Sports to a Global Audience Learn how TF1 and Deltatre were able to tap AWS Elemental to stream an international sporting event to a worldwide audience. The Great Courses: Treasure Troves of Content Learn how the market leader in educational media for lifelong learners uses AWS Elemental Server to make its existing content more accessible to consumers. WWE: Putting a Signature Move on Live Events Learn how AWS Elemental Live delivers premium WWE content to connected devices while maintaining a broadcast-quality viewing experience. John Hagee Ministries: Reaching a Global Audience Learn how John Hagee Ministries extends its message and reach to a global following with high-performance video processing solutions from AWS Elemental. Reference Architecture Live Broadcast from the Cloud Researching cloud video and live streaming? This Live Broadcast from the Cloud reference architecture highlights an over-the-top (OTT) internet video streaming service first launched in 2006 which has experienced zero customer-facing outages since expansion and deployment in 2015 to Transactional Video on Demand (TVOD) and Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) distribution models.