CDNs are much more than just high-speed links between Origins and ISP (Internet Service Provider) networks. Instead, they form a complete ecosystem of storage and processing, and they create new possibilities for highly efficient streaming at scale that will likely replace broadcasting technologies. In this article we look at the different workloads for Live and VOD to understand better how they operate.
BeckTV, a premier systems integrator for the broadcast media industry, and Ross Video, a global leader in live video production solutions, have joined forces once again to complete another significant project at M&T Bank Stadium, home of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. The two companies collaborated on upgrading the Ravens’ content management system (CMS) workflow, which sends graphic content to the venue’s LED scoreboards and vomitory displays.
Part 7 of The Big Guide To OTT is a set of three articles which examine the pivotal role of CDN’s, how they are evolving and how Open Caching aims to support broadcast grade streaming.
Custom Consoles announces the completion of control room desks and MediaWall monitor display supports for Gravity Media’s new production facility located in the WestWorks building adjacent to BBC Television Centre at White City, London. Occupying 50,000 square feet of the 290,000 square foot building, the facility includes live studios, production control galleries and editing suites.
Scalable Dynamic Software For Broadcasters is a free 88 page eBook containing a collection of 12 articles which give a detailed explanation of the principles, terminology and technology required to leverage microservices based, software only broadcast production infrastructure.
Understanding IP Broadcast Production Networks is a free 62 page eBook containing a collection of 14 articles which provide the basic building blocks of knowledge required to understand how IP networks actually work in the context of broadcast production systems.
To be useful for information purposes, electromagnetic radiation needs antennas. It’s a large subject with many specialist areas.
A self-described “technologist” at heart, Louis Hernandez Jr. knows an emerging trend when he sees one and likes to ride the wave as long as possible. Trained by his father, a computer science teacher, with his formal undergraduate and MBA in finance, he became a technology entrepreneur in the mid-1990s where he founded, worked for, invested in and owned tech companies serving a myriad of markets. This includes content management, e-commerce, sports and media, financial services, cybersecurity and digital payments. All have been successful in one way or another, having created over $3Billion US dollars in value and recognized through numerous awards and recognition. His “For A Bright Future” foundation, provides scholarships and sets up Media Labs across the country.