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Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of solutions and services for broadcasters and content professionals, will be unveiling several new technology advancements at the 2017 IBC Show, held at the Amsterdam RAI Centre from September 15th through 19th.
Arnaud Elnecave, vice president of marketing, Dalet, said: "Key for our customers is the ability to take advantage of emerging technologies that ultimately enable new business opportunities and growth. However, these come at a faster and faster pace. Replacement of key tools and infrastructure with every evolution is not a viable business option, nor is staying with the current siloed infrastructure.
"Today's media operations require fluid, collaborative workflows based on an open technology framework such as the Dalet Galaxy platform, which can bend to the flow of new business requirements. All our recent implementations are about enabling this agile transformation for our customers."
Elnecave elaborates on what attendees can expect to see on the stand: "We will be unveiling several key technology advancements at IBC. These innovations span across all media workflows, offering smarter services that enhance the content production experience, foster collaboration, reduce the complexity of multiplatform distribution and the curation of targeted content, ultimately enabling customers to create and deliver richer, better content to more platforms faster than ever before."
Unified News Operations
An agile and scalable solution, Dalet Unified News Operations combines all the essential functions of an efficient modern newsroom, offering a comprehensive suite of collaborative tools that streamline the entire chain of operations.
Dalet will introduce new additions to this toolset at the show:
Dalet Social Media Pane. As audiences consume their news more and more on social platforms, efficient production and publishing to these outlets have become paramount. The new Dalet Social Media Pane makes publishing on social channels easy and intuitive. It also provides a synthetic view of the published stories and their performance with audiences to inform new editorial directions and planning.
New module Dalet Content Discovery sets the framework for a new generation of editorial experience, recommending to the journalists and producers a selection of content readily available on the platform that matches their assignments or work in progress.
Video-Over-IP and Virtualizing Your I/O Server
The Dalet Brio high-density I/O platform supports the latest IP standards adopted across the industry – SMPTE 2202-2, SMPTE 2202-6 and the soon-to-be-published SMPTE 2110. The latest version of Dalet Brio no longer has dependency on a physical video board, allowing for a full virtualization of the I/O service, opening doors to more agile, next-generation video network configurations.
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