'Building SDS solutions with ATTO XtreamCORE,
Datacore SANsymphony and WDCUltrastar Data60 and Data102'
Join the team from ATTO, Datacore, Global and WDC (Western Digital) to see how the pieces of the Jigsaw fit together to build a SDS solution that eliminates hardware and vendor lock-in. Providing IT departments a high degree of flexibility, reliability and efficiency.
So you’re stuck with large files slowing down your teams’ daily workflows or maybe you need to migrate your data from point A to point B in the most efficient way possible, if so you have come across the right guide to help you with these tasks.
Trance: AI-enabled world of Transcription, Captioning, and Translation; anytime & anywhere
Trance is an enterprise-level, cloud-based web application from Digital Nirvana integrated with cutting edge STT technology and cloud-based architecture, leading to significant efficiency gains. In this webinar we discussed how AI is transforming subtitling, translation, and transcription and covered key concepts around;
● Importing media into Trance
● Creating, viewing and editing transcripts in a single window
● Configuring presets and single-click generation of closed captions in Pro Window and Caption Editor Window
● Automatically translating to a secondary language
● Exporting caption sidecars in all industry-standard formats
Making the cloud work for editors and producers, and seamlessly integrate with on-premise workflows is a challenge, and one for which we have an innovative solution. This session will discuss the challenge and the Strawberry workflow to address it in a brief session.
Presentation at BroadcastAsia 2017 by IABM CTO Stan Moote asking what does the future hold for broadcast and media facilities and technology suppliers – will we be just another IT application in 10 years’ time?
In this presentation, François Legrand (Senior Director, Core Systems, CBC/Radio-Canada) will present the Canadian public broadcasters vision of leaner production infrastructure taking benefit of IT and how this translates in its daily business, talking about real cases like its centralised playout upgrade, its future production house and beyond.
The JT-NM roadmap has become a key document as our industry moves toward IT and IP. However, some questions have been raised about the meaning of terms such as ‘dematerialisation’, ‘cloud-fit’ and virtualisation, and how the roadmap deals with the long tail of SDI.
Ulrich Voigt (Senior IT Architect, IBM)
discusses using innovative technology to perform analytic on consumers behaviour
We’ve heard about interoperability, microservices and vendors collaborating, so what does this mean for standards?
Are industry standards like SMPTE 2110 more important than ever – or an anachronism in an age driven by IT? What about other emerging standards such as NDI?
Leading industry systems integrators, Marc Risby (CTO, Boxer Systems)
and Daf Rees (Deputy Director of Operations, Arena TV)
, debate the importance of standards in the transition to IP – and ask whether they are always answering the right question.
Igor Kroll, CEO, Veset, discusses Veset’s current product range and where it is heading. Their main product, Nimbus, delivers ‘self-service SaaS’ for customers. Nimbus enables Veset’s customers to deliver linear TV channels without the need to invest in any hardware or to commit to long-term contracts in any way, shape or form. One of the key benefits of the true cloud playout is that customers pay for what they actually use, which opens the door, not only for reducing costs for traditional 24/7 linear channels, but also to a completely new area of temporary, event-driven channels. When was Veset founded and what was the company’s vision? Veset was founded in 2011 in Latvia by a group of experts from IT, broadcast and telecoms backgrounds. Our vision was to create a pure cloud playout solution. We were surprised that this part of the broadcast workflow chain was lagging so far behind everything else in terms of migrating to the cloud – even in 2011. Tell us about Veset’s current product range and where you heading in the future. We have focused on developing “native” cloud playout solutions right from the start, and this remains our focus today. Our main product, Nimbus,...