We examine the demands placed on hybrid, distributed comms systems and the practical requirements for connectivity, transport and functionality.
Whether using cloud services in isolation or as part of a hybrid model, new working practices that may not be immediately obvious to broadcasters must be adopted from the very beginning of the design.
Delivering high availability cloud for broadcast production and transmission environments requires engineers to think in terms of resilience from the very beginning of the design.
The technology underpinning the Metaverse is providing opportunities for broadcasters today. As the Metaverse develops, broadcasters will be able to gain massively from the enhanced immersive experience it promises to offer.
This Essential Guide discusses the new security challenges presented by IP & cloud infrastructure and the need to move from traditional perimeter based approaches to using encryption, OAUTH 2.0 and Zero Trust methodologies.
IP is an enabling technology, not just another method of transporting media signals. Consequently, it is giving broadcasters the opportunity to reconsider how we build live television workflows and infrastructures.
Advances in hardware design have made software programmable FPGA arrays an excellent way to combine the resilience and power of hardware processing with the flexibility of software programmability.
This Essential Guide shows how microservices can deliver the ultimate in scalability, flexibility, and resilience… but to truly leverage their value, we must not only change our approach to infrastructure design, but also develop our mindsets.
IP broadcast infrastructures are delivering on their promise of flexibility and scalability. But as we progress on our IP journey, we are now discovering that an integrated monitoring system is essential.
Outside Broadcast connectivity using managed and unmanaged networks is delivering opportunities for employers that enhances productivity through flexibility, scalability, and resilience.