Macnica’s intellectual property ensures that standards-compliant, IP-based TV broadcast equipment can work seamlessly in Sony’s IP live production system.
In the last article on Cloud Broadcasting we looked at the concept of “Cloud Washed” and “Cloud Born” and the considerations vendors must look at when delivering true cloud systems. In this article, we look more at resilience and cloud system up time.
How is your IP?
Consultant Tony Orme has just completed an 18-part series of tutorials on IP and broadcast technology. He will soon begin a series of cloud technology articles. In order to help readers prepare for those cloud-focused tutorials, it is time to review your knowledge of IP. Here are two recent tutorials from Tony Orme you may want to review.
IP-based technologies are becoming mainstream in broadcast and production applications and are quickly taking the place of traditional SDI configurations. This is especially the case when it comes to KVM (keyboard, video and mouse). High performance IP-based networks enable KVM solutions to bring real time, accurate video operation to users, allowing them to switch between machines, regardless of distance and location.
JSC Channel One Russia, a premiere Russian-language television broadcaster with more than 250 million viewers in 190 countries, has selected ATEME’s contribution technology to support its international TV content exchange.
Implementation of software in public clouds might not be as straightforward as it seems. Outdated software licensing models restrict one of the fundamental advantages of cloud systems, that is their ability to grow and shrink as the dynamics of the business demands, sometimes by the hour.