Game Over for Legacy Storage Solution
Madison Square Gardens (MSG) Networks, Inc., the broadcaster of eight major New York-area sports teams, had outgrown the storage for its digitized TV and internet content. Frustrated with slow performance and limitations on scale, MSG turned to Qumulo’s software solution for better data visibility, easier integration, and cost-effective scalability.
Insurance agents actively represent the interests of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKO) and act as service partners responsible for optimising legislative and work-specific framework conditions for entrepreneurs. Their tasks include the preparation of laws and training questions for insurance agents and the optimisation of checklists for persons interested in taking up the profession.
We would like to thank STRYME and especially Goce Zdravkoski, MBA, CEO and founder of STRYME and TUBICON and Clemens Czepe, CTO and co-founder for preparing the nine-hour-long video material. We are proud of our collaboration with this company, which thanks to the app TUBICON developed by them has enabled us and will continue to enable us to produce training content for webinars and various training and educational initiatives available for use by around 10000 insurance agents.
Karl Weisz, chair and trained economist representing the insurance agents at the Vienna Economic Chamber (WKW) and Ing. Paul Eichberger, deputy chair, were on location when the video was shot and were able to follow the live production with the app TUBICON and impart detailed information on how the product works during an interview with Mr Zdravkoski.
Compliance logging and monitoring methods have changed forever with the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI). With AI shaping up most of our world’s technology, Digital Nirvana upgraded its flagship product and delivered MonitorIQ which is AI-empowered and records content from any point in the video delivery chain. It also allows the operators to record, store, monitor, analyze, and repurpose content quickly and efficiently with minimum clicks.
This webinar covered the following key concepts:
● Remote access to your content from anywhere on any device.
● Deep diving into any analytics or metadata and correlate it back to the video
● Quickly create frame-accurate clips and push the content to any source
● Leverage video intelligence to automatically generate transcripts, and search content.
● Empower your compliance logging and monitoring systems with AI advantage
● Leverage the benefits provided by Digital Nirvana’s excellent support team.
When organizations are faced with the challenge of migrating a large volume of data, there are many considerations that have to be taken into account. It may not be as simple a problem to solve as you might think. Many questions need to be answered to figure out the best way forward.
Our latest Buying Trends Report shows that the demand side of the industry continues to go through a radical shift, with changing revenue models influencing the trends in media technology investment.
For over a decade, content creation infrastructure has been penetrated by IP-based networks and network-attached storage products. Even editorial shared storage, once the bastion of a handful of high-end facilities, has become commonplace throughout the industry with the help of network file systems and lower cost 1/10Gb Ethernet hardware and relative ubiquity of support in popular desktop operating systems.
In the move toward these networks, operators and administrators have learned to live with the challenges brought about by IP-based technology. These include dependency on external IT resources, variations in desktop OS network file system support, lack of isolation causing traffic disruptions and security concerns, and higher resource usage on desktop PCs when processing Ethernet transactions.
Are these limitations worth the benefits? Before jumping wholesale into an all-IP future, content creation professionals should consider what is lost in the move towards NAS topology, what is better achieved with a custom shared file system through Fibre Channel, and whether there is a happy medium to be found.
Our Panelists discuss how they are taking advantage of new markets and how to their businesses are adapting and growing via these new business opportunities.
Customer Panel chaired by Stan Moote, CTO, IABM.
- Vanessa Radd Ching, Brand Engineer (Geospatial & Data: Industry Development Division), GeoWorks
- Unmish Parthasarathi , Founder, Picture Board
- John Wigglesworth, Consultant
- Mark Laudi, Managing Director, Hong Bao Media
One of the many highlights of the IABM Annual International Business Conference in December 2018 was the Dragons’ Den session. Three start-ups – Codices Interactive with Quiz Kit, Metaliquid with AI-powered metadata extraction, and Sceenic with Watch Together – had ten minutes each to pitch their new idea to a panel of three Dragons and a very engaged audience.
Jamie Mackinlay (SVP Marketing, Product Management and Sales Operations) discusses Amino Communications, agile devices, up-cycling and Android TV.