When companies want their own-brand digital music service, they call on leading B2B cloud music platform provider Omnifone. One of London’s digital music pioneers, Omnifone was founded by Rob Lewis, Mark Knight and Phil Sant in 2003.
It secured the first international licences for unlimited mobile music services with the four big music labels. Today, Omnifone supports the delivery of over 44m tracks from 197 countries, and ingests a million new tracks a month. Its MusicStation platform is now entirely cloud-based - which the company says gives it the ability to scale “near infinitely” and the capability to support the the digital music industry and beyond.”
It is this cloud music platform that powers services such as Samsung’s Milk music streaming service, Guvera, SiriusXM and Neil Young’s PonoMusic.
Omnifone is diversifying its customer base and paths to growth. “We’ve built the race track and more new customers are joining it faster than ever,” says its CEO Jeff Hughes. Here’s a London business that is a true global player at the heart of the music streaming industry.
Ominphone features in:
- Sunday Times Tech Track 2012, 2014
- Deloitte Fast 50 2013
- Future Fifty
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