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5 factors to make the move broadcast operations to the cloud

The broadcast industry is notable for several things, a major one being that new technology adoption typically comes with a transition phase. Today, this is evident in the transition from SDI to IP and from on-prem, server-based media processing to using cloud-native services for that purpose. The cloud transition must consider the driving factors enabling the transition, the massive size of media files, mandatory reliability and high quality, and it must consider the fact that media companies do not, and in many cases, cannot be tied to a single cloud provider.

LiveU sold to investment firm Carlyle

LiveU has been sold for the second time in as many years, after being acquired by global investment firm Carlyle. Carlyle specialises in partnering with technology businesses, and already has investments in Disguise, NEP, The Foundry, Vubiquity, BTI Studios and The Mill. Details of the transaction have not been revealed. Equity for the investment will be provided by Carlyle Europe Technology Partners (CETP) IV, a fund that invests in middle market technology-focused opportunities in Europe and the US.

XenData Announces Synced Private Cloud Archives

Data storage solution provider has launched an object storage S3 interface for its entire range of on-premise active archives that provide long-term secure storage on LTO data tape cartridges. The launch transforms the XenData archive systems into private cloud data repositories that compete with public cloud storage services such as AWS Glacier and the Archive Tier of Azure object storage. The S3 interface is enabled by a simple software upgrade.

Dalet updates Dalet Cube NG graphics solution

Dalet has announced key updates to its Dalet Cube NG platform. This platform is integrated across Dalet Unified News Operations and it leverages Brainstorms graphics engine to deliver 2D and 3D branding across broadcast, social and digital channels.

NBC Olympics selects Sony broadcast and production equipment for its production of Olympic Games in Tokyo

NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Sony Electronics to provide broadcast and production equipment for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, which take place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 August 8....

Sharp/NEC and BirdDog pioneer SDM-based signage

Sharp/NEC and BirdDog have collaborated to produce the first Intel Smart Display Module (Intel SDM) specification-based encoder/decoder option that works inside a display.

Broadcasters break into Ultra HD during Euro 2020

Broadcasters across Europe are offered football fans the best picture quality available during this summers Euro 2020. Viewers in the UK, Netherlands and France was watched the matches in Ultra HD.

Panasonic creates new solutions-focused company

Panasonic is launching Panasonic Connect Europe, a new company that will offer diverse broadcast and media entertainment solutions. An integral part of the new company will be business frontline process innovation called Gemba Process Innovation which Panasonic says draws on its business, technology and solutions know-how and is a transformational approach to radically review, redesign and reinvent operations.

AJA unveiled a collection of new firmware updates for AJA openGear cards

AJA Video Systems has released a collection of new firmware updates for AJA openGear cards, including OG-ROI-HDMI, OG-ROI-DVI, OG-ROI-SDI, OG-HA5-4K and OG-12GM.

AJA Announces New openGear Fiber to 12G-SDI Converters

AJA Video Systems has expanded its lineup of openGear compatible 12G-SDI Fiber Converters with a pair of new OG-FiDO 12G cards for receiving signals from LC Fiber or ST Fiber and converting those signals to baseband 12G-SDI. OG-FiDO-R-12G-ST is a Fiber receiver that supports single-channel conversion from ST Fiber to 12G-SDI, and OG-FiDO-2R-12G offers dual-channel conversion from LC Fiber to 12G-SDI. Both new models receive 12G-SDI signals from standard Fiber video sources, including AJA FiDO Mini-Converters.

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