Evertz Launch Cloud Based SaaS

EVERTZ.iO is described as a collection of on-demand and ‘pay-as-you-go’ cloud native services for broadcast media customers. It is a cloud native and multi-tenant SaaS platform using a serverless architecture.

“At NAB, Evertz will be demonstrating EVERTZ.iO SaaS services for browse generation, technical metadata generation, content moderation, audio transcription, scene detection and text detection applications,” the company explained. “Evertz will also preview an exciting new partnership with Interra Systems Baton products that delivers SaaS based AUTO QC services.

“EVERTZ.iO provides a flexible transaction based commercial model, offering customers a reduced infrastructure footprint while retaining the ability to deal with constantly varying media workloads. EVERTZ.iO is deployed globally with footprints in key geographic regions to deliver a high-availability and cost effective media processing platform.”

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