A major cable/satellite TV provider approached us to implement a new video service as an expansion to their emerging home security product line.
The cloud continues to transform every industry along with every niche. Its low-cost compute cycles combine with easy access from any location to open up a vast number of applications for reinvention as resources are scaled up and down as needed. Cloud applications ensure that end-users are always running the most recent version of the software, and the centralized data repositories mean end users can interact with the system from anywhere at any time without any synchronization issues. In addition, cloud architecture is ideal for managing user access and monetization. Cloud offerings are often coupled with hardware devices for collecting data and controlling end processes and end-user apps for interacting with the system — the options are nearly limitless. The true power of the cloud is only now being unleashed as AI and machine learning analyze the vast amounts of collected data to optimize virtually any process. From architecture to migration and through support, Cardinal Peak has helped a wide range of customers transform their business model through innovative cloud-based applications.
Yonder is a music streaming service similar to Spotify, Apple Music and Google Music, but with a variation on the subscription business model – instead of monthly payments, music streaming is bundled with the sale of a mobile device or a data plan.
When a serial entrepreneur came to Cardinal Peak with the idea to make radio interactive and thereby capitalize on the deep connection that millions of people have with their favorite radio stations, we were excited to help.
“I knew immediately how inefficient it was for physicians and their staffs to have the same conversation over and over again. I realized that a better, more efficient process would involve a video of doctor/patient consultations.”