The main headquarters of production company ILTV Studios, in Nassau, The Bahamas, has a new Octopus Newsroom system. The NCRS is designed for simultaneous operation by up to 12 concurrent users working on a mix of computer platforms.
ATTO says it’s the only company which can meet the demanding needs of 4K, 6K and 8K video content creation across all storage and network connectivity types including direct-attached storage (DAS), network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area networks (SAN) for workstations, mobile workstations and servers.
In addition to showcasing updates on many of Avid’s solutions, the company announced the one millionth download of their software.That is huge by any measurement. Key in announcements was news about Maestro | Engine.
Octopus Newsroom announced a partnership agreement with Vienna-based STRYME, which produces broadcast ingest solutions for the global broadcast market. The agreement centers on the integration of STRYME’s GENESIX VideoServer V9 and the Octopus NRCS via the industry standard MOS software protocol.
Dalet is to launch two major new products at this year’s IBC that take the company’s Galaxy five media asset management (MAM) and workflow orchestration platform into the areas of studio automation and artificial intelligence (AI) services. There will also be additions to Galaxy five itself, including cloud and remote editing capability plus IMF (interoperable master format) workflow compatibility.
Broadcast automation specialist ENCO and newsroom computer system (NRCS) developer Octopus Newsroom are teaming up to produce more streamlined production and playout operations for news broadcasters. Practical demonstrations of this new partnership will be seen at IBC 2018 where the two companies will demonstrate their respective systems working together using the Media Object Server (MOS) protocol.