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NAB 2018: TVU Networks Removes Barriers to Video Production and Distribution with New Story-Centric Workflow Approach Posted: 06/04/2018
NAB 2018: TVU Networks Removes Barriers to Video Production and Distribution with New Story-Centric Workflow Approach

With developments such as AI, big data, IoT and cloud computing, all businesses are undergoing rapid changes to their business models that also hold the possibility of a significant upside in efficiency. Industry 4.0* is a term coined to describe how these technologies can combine to produce a ‘smart factory,’ capable of making decisions and performing autonomously. This follows on earlier breakthroughs, including: 1) mechanization powered by steam and water 2) mass production powered by electricity and 3) computerized automation.

Tags: TVU Networks | AI | Big Data | IoT | Cloud | Media 4.0 | Enabled Media | TVU MediaMind | video production | NAB 2018 | NAB 2018
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Viaccess-Orca Enhances TVaaS With Comprehensive Analytics Service Posted: 09/09/2016
Viaccess-Orca Enhances TVaaS With Comprehensive Analytics Service
At IBC2016, stand 1.A51, Viaccess-Orca, a global leader in the protection and enhancement of content services, will demonstrate new analytics capabilities for its groundbreaking TV Everywhere as a Service (TVaaS). Offering the most comprehensive service on the market, TVaaS business analytics provides operators with intelligent data about each phase of the OTT multiscreen workflow from delivery to recommendations and personalization, client apps, and devices. Leveraging big data and cloud analytics technologies, operators can increase viewer engagement, optimize business performance parameters such as operational efficiency, marketing investment, and content acquisition costs, and reduce costs to deliver the ultimate content experience on every device.
Tags: Viaccess-Orca | TVaaS | Analytics | Big Data | Cloud | Pay-TV | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016 Posted: 01/09/2016
Comigo Boosts Experience Intelligence Offering With Artificial Intelligence PaaS at IBC2016
At IBC2016 on stand 3.B52, Comigo will introduce Experience Intelligence (EI) Mind, one of the world's first cloud-based platforms as a service (PaaS) with TV artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. Implementing big data and deep learning capabilities on top of natural language processing (NLP), Comigo's EI Mind employs video, audio, closed captions, and metadata analysis, enabling pay-TV operators and broadcasters to offer unique television experiences. Working as part of Comigo's EI Cloud platform, EI Mind offers unprecedented scene bookmarking capabilities, content enrichment, and content discovery experience beyond traditional programming guides -- driving viewer engagement.
Tags: Comigo | Artificial Intelligence | Big Data | Deep Learning | Algorithm | NLP | IBC2016 | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Viaccess-Orca to Speak on Illegal Streaming and Big Data at IBC2015 Posted: 28/08/2015
Viaccess-Orca to Speak on Illegal Streaming and Big Data at IBC2015
Viaccess-Orca, a global leader in the protection and enhancement of content services, announced today that David Leporini, EVP Marketing, Products, and Security, will speak about the risk of illegal content redistribution for content service providers at IBC2015. On Sept. 10, at 11:00 a.m., he will give a technical presentation titled "Architectures and Protocols Powering Illegal Content Streaming Over the Internet" in the Emerald Room at the RAI Amsterdam. The presentation is part of the IBC2015 conference session "Paper Sessions: Big Data Applications in Broadcasting."
Tags: Viaccess-Orca | Illegal Streaming | Big Data | IBC15 | IBC 2015 | IBC 2015
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Aspera to bring world-class SaaS and live streaming solutions to IBC 2015 Posted: 23/07/2015
Aspera to bring world-class SaaS and live streaming solutions to IBC 2015

Aspera, an IBM company and creator of technologies that move the worlds data at maximum speed, will showcase its complete portfolio of high-speed file transfer software and automation solutions for the broadcast and media industries, including the revolutionary new SaaS platform, Aspera Files, at IBC 2015, booth #7.B27.

Tags: Aspera | cloud | FASPstream | big data | data transfer | data movement | Aspera Files | IBC | IBC 2015 | high-speed file transfer software | automation | SaaS platform | broadcast and media | FASP transport technology | Direct-to-Cloud | workflow automation | on-premise storage | file-transfer | IBC 2015
Submitted by Francois Quereuil, Senior Director Aspera, an IBM Company
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Pixspan and TIXEL Break the Speed Barrier for High-Resolution Images Posted: 10/02/2015
Pixspan and TIXEL Break the Speed Barrier for High-Resolution Images

Pixspan, Inc. and TIXEL GmbH have announced that the next-generation release of TIXstream, TIXEL's high-performance file transfer solution, will fully integrate Pixspan's image optimized codex technology. The hybrid offering will provide customers with high-speed, bit-exact compression that enables full-resolution image file transfer over existing networks at two to five times faster than has been previously available. 

Tags: full-resolution media | medical imaging | surveillance imaging | full-resolution workflow | camera RAW | image processing | cloud services | big data exchange | media production
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Snell Integrates Quantums StorNext File System and the Q-Series Storage with its ICE Channel-in-a-Box Posted: 05/12/2012
Snell Integrates Quantums StorNext File System and the Q-Series Storage with its ICE Channel-in-a-Box

Quantum Corp., a proven global expert in data protection and big data management has signed a partnership agreement with Snell, a leading technology innovator in media and broadcast market. As part of this agreement, Snell has integrated Quantums StorNext File System along with StorNext Q-series Storage to power its ICE Channel-in-a-box, Snells feature-rich and flexible Channel in a Box solution that provides broadcasters with a cost effective, reliable and scalable route to playout of anything from a single SD channel to multiple HD channels. 

Tags: Quantum | data protection | big data | Snell | broadcast | media | StorNext | Channel-in-a-box
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