Recently, The French video-sharing site Dailymotion announced a partnership with Huawei Video to provide international and local video content to Huawei Video. Dailymotion, owned by French media giant Vivendi, was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Paris and currently has about 250m users worldwide, according tomedia reports. Us video-sharing site YouTube is its main competitor.
According to Dailymotion’s website, Huawei Video has integrated Dailymotion’s video player technology into its applications and has access to a large number of international and French local video content and video advertising resources through Dailymotion’s API (application interface).
Dailymotion said the partnership presents an opportunity for Huawei’s video solutions to enrich Huawei’s content and expand its digital footprint by providing video services in the European market to reach a wider audience.
Meanwhile, Dailymotion’s chief content officer, St?phane Godin, agrees that the partnership with Huawei makes sense and helps Dailymotio’s content attract new audiences.
In response to the partnership, Huawei’s Vice President of Consumer Business Cloud Services, Su Jie, said, “Huawei video allows people around the world to watch a huge amount of video from partner platforms at any time, and we are committed to providing users with more choices to optimize the viewing experience.” “
Huawei is reported to have been strengthening cooperation with video content providers around the world. This month, Malaysian streaming service Dimsum struck a partnership with Huawei to provide Huawei Video with video content from Singapore, Thailand and South Korea.