August 21, 1937
Culture and entertainment
Today, the Tatar Philharmonic unites several highly professional groups that promote both academic genres of world musical classics and classical examples of multinational musical folklore.
During a season, the Philharmonic holds more than 800 concerts for half a million spectators, including those abroad.
Interest in the work of the Philharmonic is constantly growing, and in the spring of 2020, the management decided to increase its coverage by publishing recordings of concerts on a website. There were two options: to use their own hosting service or a third-party solution. When choosing a vendor, the Philharmonic’s technical specialists set a number of requirements:
— Vast server network
— Easy connection and management
— Well-known and reputable companies among the provider’s customers
“The G‑Core Labs service pleased us with the stability of work and a convenient control panel. We no longer put load on our own servers and the internet channel, as we delegated this aspect to professionals. In the meantime, we started developing a new media portal where we’ll publish performances of our creative teams”
Thanks to the technology of video delivery via CDN with more than 60 points of presence all over the world, the Philharmonic now has the opportunity to broadcast recordings of concerts in Full HD.
Spectators can now watch concerts both on big screens or on smartphones, even with an unstable internet connection.
The HTML5 player has been seamlessly integrated into the website.
The cost of streaming has been reduced significantly in comparison with other similar solutions.
The quality of service is monitored by 24/7 technical support.