Dalet Expands Partnership With Interra Systems To Include Ooyala Flex

Dalet integration of Interra’s Baton is for advanced automated quality assurance and compliance delivery for Dalet Galaxy five and the Ooyala Flex Media Platform.

Interra Systems' Baton is a machine learning-enabled automated file-based quality control (QC) platform. It provides quality and compliance checks for VOD content, in the cloud and on-premises, for linear and streaming workflows.

The expanded technology partnership enables Dalet Galaxy five and Ooyala Flex Media Platform customers to deploy advanced automated quality assurance and compliance workflows.

"Dalet and Interra have had a long, successful partnership. In the past five years alone, we have done over 50 joint Interra Baton and Dalet Galaxy projects, worldwide,” said Kevin Savina, director of product strategy, Dalet. “This has been a very fruitful relationship and we expect this success to continue with the support of Interra Baton to the Ooyala Flex Media Platform, with the next major deployment being in India.”

Acquired by Dalet in July 2019, the Ooyala Flex Media Platform is an asset management solution. The new API-based integration is designed to address QC throughout the supply chain, automating quality checks at various stages from ingest through production and distribution. The QC reports can be populated automatically to metadata fields for each asset within the workflow, enabling users to see the results of the QC analysis.

“Video quality is increasingly crucial in today’s competitive M&E landscape,” said Bea Alonso, director of product marketing, Dalet. “The integration of our platforms with the Baton QC platform provides an automated solution for accelerated delivery of high-quality, tested content, opening the door for media companies to increase their operational efficiency and better monetize their catalogs, no matter their business model.”

Dalet Galaxy five and Ooyala Flex Media Platform customers leveraging Baton integration include VDM, Telefe, Mediacorp, Bundesliga, MBC Dubai, National Archives of Singapore, BBC Wales, Mediaset, ABS-CBN and NOS Portugal.

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