Ericsson's management software is a Future TV Anywhere enabler
The latest Ericsson Content Management System features a simplified and multi language, graphical user interface intended to allow all employees and allows business managers to efficiently manage the system.
“Ericsson maintains the preeminent market position in offering an enterprise-class software solution for the end-to-end management of content operations for the television industry,” said Tapan Shatapathy, Head of Content Management Solution at Ericsson. “The fourth generation of Ericsson Content Management System is a easily scalable and high-performance solution deployable across a wide range of customer business environments.”
The latest release is available in May as an off-the-shelf configuration for quicker time-to-market. It is said to provide “agile throughput performance from ingest to distribution and a content library that scales up to 10 million titles for effectively managing assets across all screens under one centralized management system.”
With automated template workflows and open adapter-based cloud-ready architecture, it enables operators to seamlessly merge content silos and transition to Future TV Anywhere delivery platforms and networks, describes Ericsson.
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