Nativ has launched Mio Cloud, a modular way for content owners and broadcasters to access the firm’s asset management and collaboration platform.

Users will be able to pay a monthly fee to access Mio, with the price varying according to the volumes ingested, stored and distributed.

Nativ chief executive Jon Folland said the system would offer to a wider audience a fl exible solution that can be scaled up or down according to need.

Nativ said that Mio Cloud does not rely on a public cloud provider like Amazon.

Instead, Nativ manages and stores content on its own infrastructure, alongside industry partners such as Sohonet, which resides in managed data centres in Europe and the US.