Pebble strengthens their long-term commitment to the enterprise playout market with the release of Automation 2.0.
This release represents a major R&D investment to address two key market requirements, cloud deployment and security.
Pebble Automation has been adopted by leading broadcasters across the world supporting the most demanding playout requirements. The solution already supports on-prem, hybrid, and cloud deployments, but Pebble has identified the market requirement for more efficient cloud deployments and greater levels of network security. This has been achieved with Automation 2.0 through redesigning core aspects of the system architecture and incorporating state of the art technology.
Pebble Automation’s highly flexible and rich user interface can be optimised for individual and group accessibility, exception handling and resource access. This effectively improves service loading and workflow efficiency by simplifying the operator experience. Each operator can control a large number of channels, and desktop layouts can be customised to streamline operational practices and minimise errors.
The company is showcasing Automation 2.0 along with a host of other upgrades to its playout and IP infrastructure management product portfolio at IBC.
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