​TMD and BroadStream Solutions Ally

MAM provider TMD has a new technical and business alliance with automated playout solutions provider, BroadStream Solutions.

The companies say they will work together to jointly deliver integrated solutions to new and established customers worldwide.

The companies demoed TMD’s cloud enabled Paragon+ Content Management solution integrated with BroadStream’s OASYS playout platform.

Paragon+ is powered by TMD’s virtualized Mediaflex-UMS MAM platform so it can run and scale flexibly as an on-premise, hybrid, or in-the-cloud system.

BroadStream’s OASYS is available in HD-SDI, SDI/IP Hybrid, and virtualized configurations for advanced playout in the cloud.

The integration of the technologies will enable users to seamlessly search, select, and send content to a playlist without the need for external devices or processes.

TMD CEO Tony Taylor said, “BroadStream’s OASYS is renowned as a multipurpose, unified, content delivery platform that delivers truly integrated playout on a single server. We are thrilled to be working with such a world class company and to be able to add OASYS Playout to the list of Media Services available from our Mediaflex-UMS platform. I’ve no doubt that our combined MAM and playout solutions will be a prime driver in the move to intelligent, software defined automated workflows.”

BroadStream CEO Herbert Brenninkmeijer said, “TMD is the acknowledged leader in its service-oriented approach to content and workflow orchestration. Together we can create demonstrable operational efficiency through close integration. TMD is a great company to work with, and I am delighted that end-users will soon benefit from the best that our combined technologies have to offer.”

In addition, both North American sales teams will work to expand the reach of both companies in the market.

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