Tedial Presents The Evolution Live Event Archive

MAM vendor Tedial will present a sneak peek at its new Tedial Evolution Live Event Archive solution and also demonstrate new Dashboard tools; AST storage virtualization system; and operation in the cloud.

UK based Timeline Television, a provider of outside broadcast, post-production, and studio-based services for all major UK networks, recently deployed a  Tedial Evolution archive solution integrated with EVS products. MD Dan McDonnell, will demonstrate how Tedial’s full integration with the most widely used Sports software system has extended product features for both the MAM and the production tools in a deep, bi-directional configuration (on Saturday 16th September 2017 at 10.00am on Tedial’s Stand).

Focusing on efficiency, Tedial will demonstrate an end-to-end Interoperable Master Format workflow that applies SMPTE IMF standards to provide a reliable on-premises and proven SaaS cloud solution for real world distribution applications. Connected to Tedial’s award-winning Evolution Version Factory, the world’s only one-in/unlimited output automated media distribution workflow, this one-of-a-kind solution provides the cost savings of an IMF plant with an end-location driven, single workflow for managing OTT, VOD and specialized media distribution. Tedial architecture supports UHD and HDR and provides adopters with enhanced multi-versioning support, and can address late pending components for previous watermarked versions.

Complete monitoring is fundamental to maximize business efficiency and profitability. Tedial Evolution’s Evolution Dashboard tools allow real-time monitoring of key performance indicators and reporting tools to measure business efficiency and capacity, allowing users to track business processes and help customers reach their goals.

Addressing the needs of multi-site enterprise clients, Tedial continues to expand its product line with the next level in Hierarchical Storage Management with Augmented Storage (AST). It says this is the most secure method of controlling tiers of storage across departments or across continents.

AST brings 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 transfers as needed. Its resilient and scalable “Cloud First” design allows facilities to grow according to their needs, dynamically adapting to workload peaks, and provides the highest level of security to protect content and limit access to only those authorized.

Tedial says it has been providing native support for cloud and cloud hybrid operations for over six years with multiple installations around the globe. As a result, Tedial’s full operation in the Cloud now features multi-resolution MPEG-DASH to enable full Web GUI without media browsing issues, and completely integrates to Adobe Premier Pro CC, Adobe After Effects integration, and AVID Media Central. Content is processed and moved independent of storage locale, enabling minimal transfers in local high-res operations such as content repurposing, corrections, etc., making content available transparently for the end-users, regardless of location.

Company executives will explain how Tedial’s system architecture has been tailored for the Cloud with a flexible infrastructure and native S3 support.

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