The video management system provider for enterprise and higher education Panopto announced that it has launched a new data center in Sydney, Australia, offering a complete cloud-based video hosting option to enterprise businesses and universities in Australia and New Zealand.
Available in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific
With this new data center, Panopto aims to accelerate global demand for video management capabilities to support distance learning and remote work. According to the announcement, Panopto Cloud has been available from data centers in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
Sean Gorman, Panopto COO, said,
“In the past year, demand for Panopto in Australia and New Zealand has surged, mirroring our global growth. The Panopto Cloud is built to scale, and we’re expanding in direct response to the rapid growth in distance learning and remote work.”
Businesses and universities based in Australia and New Zealand can now host their Panopto video libraries on an in-region cloud that complies with organizational data storage policies. All video recordings and content stored on the customer’s Panopto platform can be stored locally by using Amazon Web Services (AWS). This mitigates data center ownership risks, maximizes video performance and response times.
Panopto Cloud that built on a multi-tenant architecture for high scale, simplified upgrades operates on multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) availability zones and leverages server redundancy, eliminating single points of failure and providing reliable access to the video platform in case of outages or server failures.