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.
We spoke to IABM Global Engaged Partner, Carlos Miranda Matzumoto, Chief Technology Officer, DISH Mexico, about the business and technology trends he foresees for 2020 and beyond, and how IABM members can help him stay ahead. In a market where not everyone can take a fast internet connection for granted (or even just a connection in many cases), the gallop towards OTT we are seeing in other territories has scarcely entered walking pace yet. In this scenario, Carlos sees the role of Pay-TV players remaining dominant – but only if they embrace the new digital age by transforming from aggregators to integrators. He has valuable insights for how technology vendors can support DISH in this, and how he wants to partner in the coming years.
We spoke to IABM Global Engaged Partner, Tom Griffiths, Director of Technology – Content Supply & Distribution at ITV, about the business and technology trends he foresees for 2020 and beyond, and how IABM members can help him stay ahead. He has plenty of insights on how the relationship between tech vendors and users is changing, and excellent advice for everyone on the supply side on what he’s looking for – and how he wants to partner in the coming years.
The rise of esports has been rapid. By 2022 the industry is expected to be worth $1.8 billion, fuelled by a reported 2.5 billion gamers worldwide.
With gamers fiercely loyal to their favourite titles and star players and teams, the global appetite for gaming action online is enormous with a growing number of companies forming to meet this demand.
Leading the way is esports specialist, Gfinity – born out of a desire to design, develop and deliver a world-class platform for gamers, game publishers, sports rights holders and commercial partners. The company now hosts the ‘Gfinity Elite Series’ enabling esports teams and professionals to compete across a number of the world’s most popular games including Call of Duty, FIFA, Halo and Fortnite.
The European Tour approached Deltatre looking for a solution that would make their golf content easily accessible to its media partners in a much shorter time period. The requirement was for a fast, reliable cloud video editing platform that could support the time critical delivery of video content.
In this webinar, we explore the most important findings of the recently published Adapt for Change Report, including BaM Content Chain Maturity™, the supply-side implications of the move to as-a-service models and the growing cloud ecosystem.
The arrival of the 5G era is generating a lot of buzz. One of the questions we hear often is: How will the implementation of 5G impact the existing CDN and in what ways? This blog is written to shed some light on this topic and explain how we believe the content delivery network (CDN) will evolve with 5G.
For diehard football fans everywhere, COPA90 is “How Football Feels.” That tagline says it all:
As the world’s largest independent football media business, COPA90 reaches millions of fans and followers across a multitude of online platforms and social media channels. Unlike traditional rights holders that stream live matches, COPA90 focuses on the world of fan culture – serving up a rich helping of content ranging from chats with favorite footballers and in-depth documentaries to amazing animations and explainers about the biggest stories in the game.
DataMiner is the global leading end-to-end network management platform,
deployed by thousands of leading operators across the globe, enabling them
to manage their operation more easily and more efficiently than ever before.
DataMiner provides unprecedented visibility on user experience, and enables
unrivaled orchestration, and this in the most complex and versatile technology
ecosystems, end to end across any vendor and technology domains.
This solution sheet provides a quick overview of the advantages of applying DataMiner solutions for cable DOCSIS and HFC network management. This includes DataMiner’s ability to monitor and orchestrate any service across any device, regardless of vendor or protocol, and its extreme adaptability, allowing both a high level of KPI/KQI customization, and an easy and safe transformation to DOCSIS 3.1.