As engineers and technologists, it’s easy to become bogged down in the technical solutions that maintain high levels of computer security, but the first port of call in designing any secure system should be to consider the user and their interaction.
Despite Zoom fatigue, one thing that can be said for some of the more recent online industry gatherings is that they are bringing people together in a highly focused and some say more productive way. After nearly two years of such virtual conferences, organizers have learned what works for attendees and what does not. Attendees themselves have also learned what programs work best for them and what don’t.
TAG Video Systems takes advantage of over 70,000 globally deployed probing points to give users the ability to dive deep into streaming content monitoring. The company anticipates more than 100,000 probing point deployments by the end of 2021.
TAG Video Systems has announced support for the latest series of Intel Xeon processors and PCIe4 architectures as part of its ongoing platform enhancement initiative. This enhancement underscores the Company’s dedication to providing users access to the most recent technology advancements and the highest level of value for their monitoring, probing and visualization needs.
In the last article in this series, we looked at why integrated monitoring is a necessity in modern broadcast IP workflows. In this article, we dig deeper to understand what is new in IP monitoring and how this integrates with traditional workflows.
Gravity Media will be providing a range of onsite technical facilities from standup positions to complete temporary studios for broadcasters covering the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in winter 2022. Globecast is providing fully redundant satellite and fibre connectivity as well as public internet reach if desired. Gravity will also provide post-production services for broadcasters.
Qvest and Grass Valley sign $25 million global agreement for media and entertainment infrastructure innovation.
Television ratings service Nielsen recently released a report that showed streaming platforms pulled in a bigger share of viewers’ time then broadcast networks did. In fact, Netflix and YouTube alone now make up about 12 percent of the time Americans spend in front of their TVs.
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