South African post house Digital Workshop is using high-speed file transfer and workflow automation software from Aspera to ingest, manage and distribute the hundreds of hours of diverse media content it receives daily from global content owners.
For Aspera, 2015 marks the company’s strongest presence at the IBC show in the company’s 10-year history. Aspera is an IBM company and creator of technologies that move the world’s data at maximum speed.
PlayBox Technology, with over 15,500 playout and branding channels in operation around the world, has developed a cloud-based playout platform called CloudAir that dramatically lowers the capital expenditure cost of running established and start-up television channels.
MultiDyne will release its new platform, FiberNet, at IBC. The product is a real-time, uncompressed optical networking topology that can interconnect multiple (and disparately located) nodes for managing, controlling and distributing all types of uncompressed signals.
The advent of 4K enables operators to capture more detail and deliver increased picture quality to multiscreen. However, the multitude of devices used to access video and the level of detail that consumers expect require multiple encodings, leading to inventory complexity and redundancy of data, both of which cost increased