With near unfettered access to portable media players of all types and faster networks, consumers are increasingly migrating to video providers that serve them best. Quality and reliability are the key drivers for loyal and recurring engagement.
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Signal Processing / Interface / Modular, Storage, Near-line , Storage, Archive, Playout & Transmission, Playout Automation, Playout / Transmission Servers, Distribution & Delivery, Video Transport, Services, Cloud Services
Virtualization and cloud computing is taking us back to the architecture of the mainframe era. A thin client, maybe just a browser, provides the user interface, and the processing takes place at a central location. The co-location of processing and media storage gives the performance needed in a post-production environment.
Production & Post, Video Editing, Services, Cloud Services
Point to point connections with well-designed standards have given broadcaster engineers piece of mind for many years, knowing when they connect one AES-3 audio output to an AES-3 audio input, the two will connect seamlessly and audio will pass without incident. The same can be said of MADI and analogue
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Audio, Audio Networking, Playout & Transmission, Playout / Transmission Servers, Distribution & Delivery, Headends & IPTV, Services, System Integration
As broadcasting moves to highly efficient production lines of the future, understanding business needs is key for engineers, and recognizing the commercial motivations of CEOs and business owners is crucial to building a successful media platform.
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Software Infrastructure, Business Management Systems, Workflow / Asset Management, Audio, Audio Networking, Playout & Transmission, Playout Automation, Distribution & Delivery, Headends & IPTV, Test, QC & Monitoring, Automated QC, Services, System Integration
With the transition from baseband audio and video into IP infrastructures, operational requirements of the overall control system do not differ. The control of IP-based infrastructures should look and feel the same as a traditional system, and established work flows should still be supported after the migration.
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure