Tedial Talks IMF And Tackles Storage Virtualization at NAB 2017

Tedial will talk about IMF as it also debuts new AST, a revolutionary content and workflow management system.

Tedial will demonstrate its support of IMF at NAB along with its role as a true “Media Factory.”

The company is also breaking the classical paradigm of Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) by showcasing its Tedial Augmented Storage (AST), a new concept in storage virtualization systems that brings a safe, reliable and cost-efficient storage system for cloud workflows and hybrid scenarios. Also on show the company will  highlight their ability to provide full cloud-based operation and their monitoring of statistics and reporting via real- time dashboards.

Key demonstrations in the booth include:

IMF End-to-End Workflow

Showing real-world applications, Tedial officials will discuss how applying the SMPTE IMF standards can create a reliable SaaS and proven cloud solution. Tedial's architecture supports UHD and HDR while providing adopters with enhanced multi-versioning support, while supporting late pending components for previous watermarked versions.

Tedial Augmented Storage, AST

AST is a new concept in storage virtualization. It provides content owners a safe, reliable and cost-efficient storage system for cloud workflows and hybrid scenarios as it virtualizes file locations. For those customers managing a multi-site, distributed operation, AST can transparently manage the same content in multiple locations, automating task assignment and data transfer across multiple sites as needed.

The platform is built around a resilient and scalable Cloud First design, allowing facilities to grow according to their needs, while dynamically adapting to workload peaks.

Different groups can be assigned different access levels, and retention policies can be easily defined to protect the content and limit the access.

Cloud-centric operation

Tedial’s cloud-based solution features multi-resolution MPEG-DASH to enable a full Web GUI without media browsing issues. Creative tools Adobe Premier Pro CC and After Effects CC are full integrated. Content is cached locally, enabling minimal transfers of local high-res operations such as content repurposing and making corrections.

Real-time Dashboards: Statistics and Reporting

At the booth, Tedial will demonstrate media and content management solutions, all targeted to maximize business efficiency and profitability. The dashboard enables s real-time monitoring of key network performance indicators to measure business efficiency and capacity,

You might also like...

Essential Guide: Intelligent CDN For Broadcasters

Media streaming over the internet is unique. Packet switched networks were never designed to deliver continuous and long streams of media but instead were built to efficiently process transactional and short bursts of data. The long streams of video and…

Essential Guide: Advanced Hybrid KVM

As users return to the studio and office the need to work remotely is more powerful now than ever. Hybrid is the new way of working and computing innovation is rising to the challenge to provide broadcast users with easy…

IP Security For Broadcasters: Part 2 - The Problem To Be Solved

By assuming that IP must be made secure, we run the risk of missing a more fundamental question that is often overlooked: why is IP so insecure?

The Sponsors Perspective: Directing The Supertanker To The Cloud In Micro-steps

Sky directors of technology and content processing assess the challenges and benefits of evolving media supply chains from traditional on-premise to the cloud.

AMWA Focuses Its NMOS Sights On Remote Device Control

The Advanced Media Workflow Association (AMWA) is reporting good progress on using the Networked Media Open Specification (NMOS) protocol developed by the group to precisely identify, control and manage devices on an IP network in a highly automated way.