Covid-19 changed the way we live, study and work. It’s been an enormous adjustment with more questions than solutions, especially in the video world. This session addresses the advantages of an IP infrastructure when remote operation becomes a necessity. Learn how to control a mosaic/Multiviewer system from anywhere, discover specifics such as how to see alarms remotely, aggregate logs from different systems, empower multiple users, operating an API, and assess the cloud and its reliability.
Many parts of the broadcast workflow, e.g. playout and transcoding, have successfully migrated into the cloud, but migration of live production into the cloud is happening more slowly. Broadcasters seeking revenue from international distribution of live events need live standards conversion in a fully cloud-based workflow. This presentation outlines the practical and technical challenges of reinventing standards conversion as a live cloud-based service, and discusses the readiness of various technologies as appropriate to the required solution.
Cloud v on-prem v hybrid. Remote/home v office. Virtual v physical. So many choices, but what’s the right decision? Which storage you should invest in has suddenly become a lot more complicated. The way people work and share assets has changed forever. There’s more than one cloud. GB Labs discuss why we’ve gone back 15-20 years and discuss the virtues offered by the future, but in a sustainable, economic and environmental manner.
Virtual Week Cloud & VirtualizationPractical and operational issues of playout in the cloudJames Gilbert, CEO & Co-FounderSPEAKER BIOJames Gilbert is CEO and co-founder of Pixel Power a Rohde & Schwartz company, a media entertainment technology provider for master control, channel branding and both traditional and IP-based broadcast playout. He is an active member of SMPTE, IET and RTS and past chairman of the board of IABM. Since launching the company in 1987, Gilbert has served in many roles from principal architect of the original graphics equipment through to IP technology engineering. He also serves as chief business development officer where his engineering background provides an excellent basis for him to act as the key interface between customers and product development, ensuring that he remains closely involved in the technical specification process. This unique combination of experience makes him an industry authority on television branding, graphics and media delivery solutions, how these integrate with the evolving technologies and serve as the public personality of a broadcast television channel’s business.Broadcasters of all types and in all regions are considering the viability of cloud playout, either in a primary role or for business-continuity/disaster-recovery and short-term channels. The advantages are clear: a close link between...
Content Owners are increasingly moving their video workflows to the cloud. In this powerful and highly-scalable environment, how can organizations protect their revenue as their assets move through cloud-based production and distribution processes?
In this IAM TV interview, Chris White (Operations Director, Friend MTS) discusses some of the piracy trends he is currently seeing as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
IABM Principal Analyst Riikka Koponen talks to Gary Schneider, Lead architect for live systems, venues and studios, Linkedin about the challenges they are facing along with the opportunities for Linkedin in today’s fast changing business.
Today’s consumers have an insatiable appetite for high-quality, on demand content. This hunger to watch what they want, when they want, and how they want, has fueled an explosion in new streaming services; the “Streaming Wars”.
Now, in addition to the well-known players Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime, major studios and tech-giants such as Warner Media, Disney, NBC Universal, and Apple have all launched (or will launch) their own streaming platforms. As of March 2019, it’s estimated there were more than 300 over-the-top (OTT) video options in the US alone.
That number only continues to grow.
Thomas Edwards from FOX explains the latest detail on AMWA NMOS security
David Meltzer – CTO, TripWire History confirms when it comes to cyber security that one particular pattern always holds. Disconnected systems start to become connected together, and over time these move from proprietary little known protocols to open standards, leading to a proliferation of new applications and uses. Soon these systems are not secure. New vulnerabilities are discovered then security is retrofitted back in. This session reveals how this pattern occurred, and how to apply the lessons learned from other industries to build resilent, secure environments in IP-connected broadcast systems. [maxbutton id="130" ] [maxbutton id="131" ]