Net Insight Intros Nimbra Edge For Cloud Transport
NimbraEdge targets primary distribution, sports and news interconnect through a cloud-native architecture enabling service providers and media companies to deploy and operate a cloud ingest, transport, and distribution.
“Nimbra Edge is building on our extensive knowledge in professional media workflows and will enable our customers to extend their offerings with a cloud-native transport solution across public and private clouds,” says Tor Blomdell, Head of Product at Net Insight.
Customers can deploy Nimbra Edge themselves in private datacenters or in public clouds in order to offer an open, elastic, and robust media pipeline to simplify live content management and transport. It will be released during the first half of 2019.
“The introduction of Nimbra Edge extends our media transport capabilities to include cloud-based properties and we can now offer scalable, quality transport across managed, unmanaged, and cloud infrastructure,” says Ulrik Rohne, VP Media Networks at Net Insight. “Net Insight offers the richest live media transport portfolio in the market; ranging from production networks, through contribution and now primary distribution and interconnect networks delivered over any infrastructure.”
You might also like...
The Big Guide To OTT: Part 1 - Back To The Beginning
Part 1 of The Big Guide To OTT is a set of three articles which take us back to the foundations of OTT and streaming services; defining the basic principles of the OTT ecosystem, describing the main infrastructure components and the…
Learning From The Experts At The BEITC Sessions at 2023 NAB Show
Many NAB Shows visitors don’t realize that some of the most valuable technical information released at NAB Shows emanates from BEITC sessions. The job titles of all but one speaker in the conference are all related to engineering, technology, d…
Interlace: Part 3 - Deinterlacing
Now that interlace is obsolete, we are left only with the problem of dealing with archive material that exists in the interlaced format. The overwhelming majority of video tapes, whether component or composite, analog or digital, would be interlaced.
Compression: Part 6 - Inter Coding
The greatest amount of compression comes from the use of inter coding, which consists of finding redundancy between a series of pictures.
Celebrating BEITC At NAB Show
As we approach the 2023 NAB Show in the NAB centenary year, we celebrate the unique insight and influence of the Broadcast Engineering & IT Conference that happens alongside the show each year.