Tedial To Spotlight Media And Business Factory Technology

At the IBC 2016 Show (stand #8.B41), Tedial, a specialist in media and content management solutions, is showcasing its Version Factory, which it calls “the world’s first true media factory workflow.”

Tedial’s Version Factory provides a single and cost-effective workflow that supports millions of file input to output configurations, all managed from a single operator screen. Designed to interface to content management/rights management/traffic/work order systems for automated operations, the Version Factory stacks chosen media engines (transcoders, quality control, DRM, CDN, etc.), employs SMPTE standardized designs for future proof “N-input to N-output” operations and provides the maximum flexibility and scalability for OTT/VOD Platforms, Network Operations and media companies focused on managing their Brand across all distribution formats.

New at IBC: Version Factory now enables automatic ad insertion and package definition including all content — Audio languages; Subtitles; Artwork; Posters, banners; Trailers, etc. — for each specific destination.

Tedial will also show its Evolution BPM, a fast and flexible Business Process Management workflow engine, which targets broadcasters looking for a scalable, media-centric workflow engine (that’s also BPMN 2.0 compliant). Evolution BPM is helpful when a facility is struggling to manage an ever-growing number of workflows per day, hour or second. Evolution BPM provides a cost effective foundation to operate their business practices efficiently.

In the area of remote processing, Tedial will show its Cloud Enabler and internal “Docker” technology, which facilitates easy, automatic cloud deployment. Tedial’s media and proxies now support MPEG DASH, multi-resolution outputs and DRM systems such as WIDE VINE. Providing future proof technology, Cloud Enabler delivers an elastic infrastructure and new system monitoring tools.

“In order to be successful in the new multi-platform, multi-format environment, it’s essential that MAM technology providers are very precise in their use of IT technologies when creating solutions that can evolve to meet the growing demands of the consumer,” says Esther Mesas, Tedial’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “Tedial’s strong research and development and support structure keeps the company two years ahead of the market. This cycle enables customers to increase their business efficiency with the most advanced technologies and allows a continuous evolution of software solutions to adapt to future customer needs.”

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