In this discussion, we will cover the economics of cloud storage in both OPEX and CAPEX examples as well as look at the true cost-of-ownership for legacy data storage options like LTO tape libraries.
During these difficult times it’s become critical for broadcasters to reduce operating costs while improving quality of experience. Transitioning toward IP brings significant changes and opportunities – not just in technology but on the operational and business side. This session tackles the business end of IP migration, identifies the challenges and real-life solutions, discusses the best business practices during the transition, the mystique of IP architecture and how it relates to Cloud and OTT solutions.
This presentation will talk through the pros and cons of virtual production, LED walls coming of age, how CAPEX and OPEX have been redefined (fixed assets in a single location producing one event or programme versus remote, diverse multi-platform/location production) and what it really takes to own, run and resource a true virtual production/studio, whilst providing the ultimate experience.
As we enter a newly accelerated phase of technological innovation, the Brave New Digital World, the media industry is meeting the challenge with solutions to ensure business resiliency, being competitive, and aligning their revenue and costs. Media industry operators continue to take advantage of new business opportunities, such as distributing high-value events that may be one time or 24/7 across various regions. Those challenges can be met quickly with partner collaboration, better management of services, more visibility of operations, and people working anywhere.
Buy it or rent it? CAPEX or OPEX? Is Cloud cheaper – or more expensive – than on-premise? Can you adapt to pay-as-you-go pricing? New ways to pay for technology are emerging, and it’s getting confusing. Our delegates test their pricing prowess in our essential game show quiz.
NAB Industry Update: Peter White, CEO IABM, presents the State of the Industry Update at NAB in New York 2016 at the Breakfast conference
InterBEE 2016: IABM APAC Director, Peter Bruce presents State of the Industry Update
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,...