Storing assets is pointless if the correct procedures are not in place to manage where these assets are, keep them secure and ensure they are discoverable. In short, those who implement the bare minimum in plain storage risk missing out on the business benefits of object storage entirely.
Imagine Communications has provided playout and storage technology critical to Al Aan TV expansion of its current operations at their Dubai facility.
As today’s media workflows increase in size and speed, with Big Data analysis and Fast Data processing added to the mix, the need to better manage the entire lifecycle of content becomes ever more important. Building an efficient and effective workflow requires the use of a hybrid storage infrastructure, leveraging the speed benefits of on-premises storage with the distribution capabilities of cloud.
Toshiba has announced the world’s first enterprise 14TB hard drive using conventional magnetic recording. It arrives in time for holding 4K video programming in cloud computing systems.
sonoVTS, the Munich-based systems integrator, STRYME have devised a user-friendly way to enable live broadcasts of parliamentary debates for Zambia’s new Parliament Television, which launched September 2017.
The cloud might help broadcasters that need access from multiple locations. It solves the problem of securing access and enabling it from different sites. It also helps them to offer the streaming services needed for non-linear playout due to the scalability and elasticity of the streaming service platforms. But to what extent is migration of cloud storage happening today and what applications are already seeing benefit? We invited XenData for their view and CEO Phil Storey replied.