Angola Cables launches Vods2Africa platform

Angola Cables, the Angolan telecommunications multinational, launched Vods2Africa (video on demand), a video hosting, management and transmission platform designed for easy sharing with payment in kwanzas, in Luanda on Tuesday 14th.

With this new platform, which also offers services for e-commerce e streaming video content that used to be stored all over the world "will now be stored and accessed locally, in an easier, faster, safer and more economical process".

Angola Cables' content management specialist, Walter Fernandes, explained that Vods2Africa is a server recommended for audiovisual producers, media agencies, content providers and TV stations, Vlogers and small producers.

For his part, Ângelo Gama, CEO of Angola Cables, explains that the platform arose from the need to have more content produced and stored in Angola. "Angola Cables, as the main responsible for and owner of all the internet in the country, could not stand by and watch the consumption of international content. We want to make our simple contribution to the digitalisation phenomenon in Angola," he said.

Present at the launching ceremony, the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Information Technology, Pascoal Alé Fernandes, said that "the initiative opens up a range of opportunities for companies and organisations to take advantage of this opportunity start-ups can develop their businesses and reach the market more easily".

In terms of benefits, according to Angola Cables, the platform will allow for independence in content management, improve the security of site, increase content dissipability and redundancy, optimise loading of websitesto reduce bandwidth costs and guarantee LGPD (General Data Protection Law) data security.

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