Winter Olympics Bring Adobe And Microsoft Together as a Team

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Adobe and Microsoft announced today that they have teamed up to deliver the complete NBC 2014 Winter Olympics coverage from the cloud. NBC Sports will be sending nearly high-def, and On-Demand streams live from the games in Russia. Microsoft of course will be leveraging their Windows Azure Media Services as the backbone to publish and stream the video and Adobe will be providing their Primetime TV publishing and monetization platform. Read the full details here.



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