Major advances in seemingly unrelated industries such as Deep Learning and High Performance Computing are empowering broadcasters to deliver greater efficiencies and improved performance. IT has perfected the art of optimizing costs against resource through scalability and flexibility. And broadcasters can capitalize on these wins.
This Essential Guide investigates these advances and how they are influencing broadcasting. Large data sets used in Deep Learning methods have advanced parallel computing to the extent that full bandwidth video can be streamed over IP networks directly into editing systems.
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