VIDIZMO Joins AWS Public Sector Program


VIDIZMO has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Program (PSP) to provide its video content management and digital evidence management systems to government, space, education, and nonprofits worldwide.

Already a validated solution and available in AWS Marketplace, VIDIZMO helps enterprises and government organisations worldwide to stream and manage large amounts of video data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) through its no-code web application.

VIDIZMO also provides a range of features to solve multiple video challenges such as; Artificial intelligence (AI) generated transcriptions and their translations in 52 languages, video indexing for spoken words, faces, and objects, video access management and integrations. To achieve this, VIDIZMO uses AWS services such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), AWS Elemental, Amazon CloudFront, AWS Rekognition, and AWS Transcribe.

“We are constantly studying the market and improving our platform to provide the best video experience to our customers. A recent example is the launch of version 2 of our AI-based redaction add-on, which goes one step ahead in helping organisations protect personal information as they manage and share their video content,” said Shahan Zafar, Product Marketing Manager, VIDIZMO.

VIDIZMO’s video content management system is packed with hundreds of features carefully designed to solve the video streaming challenges of an organisation, especially with regards to data security and governance. It can be deployed on AWS, where the application runs on Amazon EC2, connects with your Amazon S3 storage, and uses a range of services such as AWS Elemental for processing, Amazon CloudFront for delivery, AWS Rekognition for video indexing and AWS Transcribe to generate closed captions.

Before being part of the AWS PSP Program, VIDIZMO has been validated through the AWS Well-Architecture Review (WAR) and AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR), ensuring the software meets the best practices established by AWS.