Qvest Media has been working with SecurView to expand its cybersecurity portfolio for media companies to protect applications, data and media assets in the cloud.
The cloud has become central to many of our everyday conversations. Much of the discussion tends to go in one of two directions. Either people talk about the cloud in a general way, or they focus on what it could be, what it will be in the future. Few focus on the cloud today and how to leverage it into a winning workflow.
IP offers the hope of cutting the cost of production if you know how to move the signal around using inexpensive equipment.
Adobe Ad Cloud has announced a new partnership with Flashtalking. The collaboration will make identity-based ad management and insights for advertisers possible. The partnership was created in response to the ever-growing issue of large media owners and technology platforms limiting data access for companies, while reducing the scope of their independent measurements.
Ooyala is deploying Flex Media Platform, its content supply chain package, with Arsenal Football Club, one of the leading teams in the English Premier League (EPL).
Netflix has launched its Post Technology Alliance program. The program identifies products that meet Netflix technical and delivery specifications today and will continue to do so in the future.
At the SMPTE 2018 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition in Los Angeles, Dr. Takeshi Shimizu, Research & Development Manager at Media Links, will present a technical paper that proposes a new approach for building a three-stage Clos Network with non-blocking multicast capabilities. This helps reduce overall switch count and associated costs of the network.
Competition in the global video and media market is increasing with many more points of creation and distribution of content being made available. Combined with an exploding catalog of programming and new devices to support, broadcasters can no longer succeed with a one-to-many delivery solution. Successfully meeting these challenges requires a trustworthy technology partner.
A few years ago, remote Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) cameras were regarded as being low quality and not suitable for professional use. Thanks to the advances in sensor, IP technology, the introduction of fanless designs and optical image stabilisers, the balance has been tipped in favour of remote cameras as an industry standard.