Spotlight on LeCloud
As a subsidiary of Le Holdings Beijing Co., Ltd., LeCloud Computing Co., Ltd. is committed to creating and providing a global cloud ecosystem centered on life, business and society. It wants to build a vertically integrated Eco-as-a-Service (EaaS) cloud model and to deliver brand new value based on industry chain reconstruction.
LeCloud provides professional and leading video cloud services (i.e. CDN, Cloud-on-demand, Cloud live and Data+), industry cloud services (i.e. Radio, TV, education and sports), shared cloud services (i.e. content sharing, distribution and live broadcasting of commercial events), VR and self-service cloud platforms. These are all accessible from around the world. With 680 CDN nodes deployed in over 60 countries and regions and 20 Tbps available bandwidth, LeCloud implements more than one million cloud live events per year, and facilitates hundreds of millions of device accesses per day, and millions of concurrent users per second. Also, it serves hundreds of thousands of global enterprise users and billions of users in total. In addition, LeCloud fully supports new-generation 4K and H.265 video technologies and is the world’s first cloud platform that supports 360-degree panoramic and real-time VR live broadcasting.
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Delivering Real-Time Video Transcoding
By running its video transcoding solution on the Intel Xeon processor Scalable family, LeCloud takes advantage of more cores and a higher memory bandwidth compared to the previous platform. This means that once it deploys
the Intel Xeon processor Scalable family across its data centers, it will potentially be able to serve more customers with demanding high-quality video content using the same hardware configuration.
“Download and Know More about how Intel® LeCloud needed to build a cloud infrastructure capable of supporting new high-performance, next-generation cloud services, while seeking the lowest possible total cost of ownership (TCO).”
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