If you are a celebrity watcher, Sky News has the online artificial intelligence technology for you. The British broadcaster will use cloud-based machine learning technology from AWS Elemental to help viewers identify those in attendance at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor during its online coverage of the upcoming UK royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
In an effort to attract subscribers, many of today’s most popular video service providers are now looking past simple online video streaming and towards creating a personalization pipeline to each individual user’s IP address. Certainly accommodating consumers that want to watch video whenever and wherever they want is important, but to generate recurring income, they have undertaken steps to create highly interactive and “authentic” sessions with users that these content providers can leverage in a number of ways.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group has selected Hybrik as its cloud transcoding provider for the new Deluxe One platform.
IBM Aspera on Cloud is a new hosted service for media organizations increasingly adopting a hybrid-cloud workflow that uses a combination of public cloud, private cloud, and on-premises storage.
NAB 2018 was an important show for Adobe Systems as they brought the power of Artificial Intelligence to their rapidly expanding post production systems.
IBM is rolling out new Cloud Object Storage services for rapid data transfer to the cloud in tandem with an Aspera high-speed transfer option. The firm says that users have reported moving data to the IBM Cloud at online transfer rates hundreds of times faster* than standard http/ftp, with no charge for ingest.