Dejero, Microsoft Azure, Avid, Haivision, Hiscale, Make.TV and Signiant are showcasing how live production workflows in the cloud can deliver greater flexibility, scalability and budget efficiencies to broadcasters.
Avid is one of numerous previously hardware based companies - see also Sony, Harmonic - now going the full hog and offering their expertise as a service from the cloud.
TVU Producer is a cloud-based video production solution with web-browser interface and support for simultaneous output to Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Periscope and more, as well as to virtually any CDN platform.
Editshare’s re-engineered MAM supports third-party storage environments and offers a subscription-based model.
Look for AWS Elemental to display a solution to whatever your media production and distribution needs may be at IBC 2018. AWS is now highlighting its ability to provide media and entertainment companies the ability to create and deliver video faster and more efficiently, build intelligent video applications enhanced by machine learning, and extend the reach of their content.
Edgeware has announced its first container-based software packages in time for demonstration at IBC 2018, enabling the firm to offer its technology on a SaaS (Software as a Service) basis.
The maturation and convergence of cloud technologies across the whole content value chain will be the primary theme for Amazon Web Services (AWS) at IBC 2018.
The latest version of Frame.io offers enterprise-grade security features, having recently received SOC2 Type 1 and GDPR compliance; support for new formats and high-resolution images via Image Review tool; and up to 100X faster uploading speeds thanks to Watch Folders for macOS.
Tata Communications and Primestream have joined forces to launch an enterprise-grade Media Asset Management (MAM) solution in the cloud. The new platform enables broadcasters, content owners and enterprises to capture, produce, manage and deliver media content on a global scale.