Tedial Show Evolution at Cabsat

Tedial is showcasing Tedial Evolution, an new version of its Media IT platform, for the first time in the Middle East at CABSAT 2016.

    Evolutionenables an end-to-end business media platform marrying media preparation and logistics into a complete supply chain,” states Tedial. “This provides customers with scalable tools that cost-effectively allow them to increase their media throughput in-line with the unprecedented speed at which media consumption is increasing year on year.” The MAM is designed to reinforce a collaborative working environment and drive workflows for linear, VOD and OTT services.

    In addition, Tedial has implemented the IMF schema within its MAM and workflow systems, as well as the AMWA FIMS AS-11 specifications. Tedial supports the SPMTE standards of MXF, BXF and AXF and the BPMN 2.0 Notation standard for enhanced interoperability.

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