Increasingly based on IP, virtualization and Cloud technology, Nevion’s solutions enable the management, transport and processing of professional-quality video, audio and data – in real time, reliably and securely. From content production to distribution, Nevion solutions are used to power major sporting and live events across the globe. Some of the world’s largest media groups and telecom service providers use Nevion technology, including AT&T, NBC Universal, NASA, BBC, CCTV, EBU, BT and Telefonica.
PBT EU is a global systems integrator and solutions- provider for the broadcast industry offering first-rate solutions to local partners and customers. Armed with long-term industry experience, combined with service excellence, PBT is supplier of choice to multiple television stations, media organisations, production companies, post-production studios and teleports such as STN, Kinopolska, Telia Eesti, Doli Media Studio, IT Pros and HD Media to name but a few.
IABM introduced a new ‘Start-Up’ membership category in January this year. As its name suggests, the new membership category is designed to cater for new companies that have been incorporated for less than two years, enabling them to benefit from the full range of IABM membership services to support them at a critical time in their growth and development, all at a manageable price for what are typically cash-poor, ideas-rich businesses.
We asked Ian Sharpe, CEO of Promethean – one of the new Start-Up members – to let us in on the secrets of getting a new company off the ground successfully. That he replied with his insightful answers within just one hour speaks volumes; as he said, “You don’t start-up by sitting on your hands!”.
The trend towards virtualization of server-based applications, so they can run on a converged compute stack anywhere – cloud or on-prem – is well established. Another is the migration from serial digital to IP networks. Whether in an on-prem data center, a colocation data center, or a private media cloud for high value content creation, the interesting new trend we are seeing is the adoption of enterprise IT workflows and infrastructure by media and entertainment facilities.
The business landscape across Europe and the UK remains challenging for many IABM members. It was particularly gratifying then that all of the members I spoke to at NAB Show in Las Vegas said that the show was very good for them, both in terms of quantity and quality of attendees
Cloud is undoubtedly one of the hottest topics in the broadcast and media industry at present, and if you were to judge the state of cloud adoption by the huge volume of noise around the subject, you could be forgiven for feeling like a dinosaur if you haven’t already fully embraced it.
But what’s the real state of play? We spoke to eight IABM members to find out what their end-user customers are actually doing now in the cloud, what they’re not, whether it’s public, private or hybrid, and where the future will take us. Are we truly heading towards a dematerialized industry, and if so, what’s holding us back today?
This report provides key findings from a survey of broadcast technology end-users that was conducted immediately prior to the 2017 NAB trade show. This survey asked broadcast professionals who attended the NAB show within the past two years about confidence in their businesses and other important issues facing IABM members.
This report provides key findings from a survey of broadcast technology end-users that was conducted immediately prior to the 2017 IBC trade show.
How much do you understand about Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies? Do you know what Blockchain is, or what an ICO means? Here is a handy reference guide for all of you with some very useful links for more information.
In the ever more rapidly changing world of broadcast and media technology, never has timely innovation been so crucial to success. Recognising this, IABM introduced a vibrant new strand at this year’s conference – the Dragons’ Den. Three entrepreneurs were given five minutes each to pitch their latest ideas to a panel of experts – and the audience. Three high quality presentations made it a very close contest – with Dr Rob Oldfield of Salsa Sound the eventual winner. Here’s what the contenders pitched and their comments.