Storj DCS delivers significant economic and security advantages when streaming and storing video that centralized providers can’t. Because of its globally distributed network of independent Node Operators, Storj doesn’t have the costs associated with building and operating centralized data centers, and it also has no central repository to hack. As a result, significant savings and an increased level of privacy and security are passed to the user.
With no pricey data centers to run, decentralization means video is significantly more affordable than centralized offerings by up to 80%.
Reduce engineering complexity with global distribution, redundancy, high performance, automated data orchestration, and default encryption.
Get unparalleled security with no single point of failure, no central repository to hack, an edge-based security and distribution model, and more.
One of our engineers utilized Storj DCS to transfer Sentry Mode and Dashcam video clips from their Tesla to automatically make room for more videos daily. Enjoy a detailed tutorial on how this was accomplished and how you can utilize decentralized cloud storage for automatic backups on your own Tesla.
Fastly’s edge cloud platform lets developers create great digital experiences quickly, securely, and reliably. Now developers can easily use the Storj DCS as the endpoint for log streaming output and CDN origin in Fastly, delivering faster, more powerful sites and apps on a secure, programmable edge cloud platform.
Globally, IP video traffic will be 82 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2021, up from 73 percent in 2016.
In 2021, it would take an individual more than 5 million years to watch the amount of video that will cross global IP networks each month.
As of 2021, live video streamed to billions of devices around the world accounting for over 13 percent of online video traffic.
Live video will grow 15-fold from 2016 to 2021.The amount of VoD traffic in 2021 will be equivalent to 7.2 billion DVDs per month.
Virtual reality and augmented reality traffic will increase 20-fold between 2016 and 2021, at a CAGR of 82 percent.
Globally, 3.4 percent of all Internet video traffic will be from video surveillance in 2021, up from 1.8 percent in 2016.
Every second, a million minutes of video content will cross the network by 2021