Jul 23, 2013
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Deezer co-founder launches Stream Nation, a cloud drive for all your photos and videos
Deezer co-founder Jonathan Benassaya helped bring your music to the cloud, and now he’s hoping to do the same with your photos and videos. Today he is launching Stream Nation, an awkwardly named but seemingly powerful cloud storage platform for hosting all the photos and videos you’ve taken on your phone, SLR, and even your video camera — if you still have one. The service handles just about any file type you can throw at it, stores it all in the cloud, and then transcodes and streams it to any device you’re using. It’s part Photo Stream, part Dropbox. 

Deezer co-founder launches Stream Nation, a cloud drive for all your photos and videos

Deezer co-founder Jonathan Benassaya helped bring your music to the cloud, and now he’s hoping to do the same with your photos and videos. Today he is launching Stream Nation, an awkwardly named but seemingly powerful cloud storage platform for hosting all the photos and videos you’ve taken on your phone, SLR, and even your video camera — if you still have one. The service handles just about any file type you can throw at it, stores it all in the cloud, and then transcodes and streams it to any device you’re using. It’s part Photo Stream, part Dropbox. 

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