Cable operator Liberty Global has gone to California based SeaChange for video services software to support its latest hybrid Horizon 4 services.
Cantemo has launched Iconik, described as a cloud-based hub for video management. It enables the access, review, edit, and approve content, regardless of geographic location.
Amazon Web services has launched the components it hopes will attract broadcasters to the cloud for their entire end-to-end workflows rather than just isolated elements or trials.
In the latest thought opinion articles about the role of storage in cloud workflows, Jonathan Morgan, CEO Object Matrix suggests that if your business needs to use data on a daily basis then the data should be kept where best for connectivity – rather than necessarily migrating to the cloud.
Arvato Systems, part of the Bertelsmann Group, has bought Swedish MAM developer Vidispine to address the explosion in video content and growth of cloud-based solutions for media.
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.