All Cloud articles – Page 4

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    Industry Trends

    Hybrid cloud operational models: Focus on service quality grows as ‘cloud fears’ lessen


    While some media organisations are moving completely to the cloud, it appears that a judicious hybrid of on-premise and cloud-based infrastructure will be the preferred route for many broadcasters for some time to come, writes David Davies.

  • 7. SportsMax deploys Synamedia Vivid PowerVu
    Daily News

    SportsMax deploys Synamedia Vivid PowerVu


    Caribbean sports channel SportsMax has deployed Synamedia’s Vivid PowerVu workflow-as-a-service (WaaS) offering, moving its distribution from on-premise to the cloud.

  • 8. Amagi launches operations in South Korea 3x2
    Daily News

    Amagi launches operations in South Korea


    Cloud-based SaaS technology specialist Amagi bolstered its presence in Northeast Asia with a sales and customer support team in South Korea to serve customers in the region.

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    Daily News

    Vodafone Turkey picks Cisco and Qwilt for content delivery


    Vodafone Turkey signed a commercial agreement with Cisco and Qwilt to enhance the quality and delivery capacity of its live streaming, video-on-demand, and media applications to approximately 25 million subscribers in Turkey.

  • New production trends delivering content everywhere

    Panel: New production trends delivering content everywhere


    IBC2022: The trend to virtual, remote and distributed production is accelerating. Cloud production is a reality, SaaS tools are on the rise, and the metaverse is on the horizon. New approaches are creating new opportunities for how and where content is created and new possibilities for how it is consumed. ...

  • Cloud applications in media

    Panel: Cloud applications in media & entertainment - what’s next?


    IBC2022: Cloud solutions have become increasingly popular in every part of the broadcast workflow, giving content creators and broadcasters simpler and more affordable ways to create and distribute video content, whilst enabling scalability and the ability to evolve rapidly. However, there are different iterations all claiming to be Cloud, from ...

  • 2. Ofcom

    UK regulator Ofcom to probe cloud, messenger and smart-device markets


    Ofcom is to examine the position of Amazon, Microsoft and Google in the UK’s £15 billion cloud services market, saying that it wants to ensure that digital communications markets are working well for people and businesses in the UK.

  • SMPTE- The art of the possible

    SMPTE: The art of the possible: Moving media workflows to the cloud​


    IBC2022: There’s a lot of talk throughout the Media industry about moving workflows to the cloud. But what is real, and what is imagined? The good news is that more media workloads are becoming possible using cloud infrastructure, and the benefits in terms of agility, flexibility, responsiveness, and efficiency are ...

  • Presenting Live Sport at Scale

    Presenting Live Sport at Scale — Winning with the Power of the Cloud


    IBC2022: In this executive panel session hear how Warner Bros. Discovery Sports has been transforming their production workflow to gain operational flexibility, have the opportunity to present more data-led stories, and continue to drive deeper audience engagement. Join Dave Duvall, Warner Bros. Discovery CIO; Scott Young, SVP Content and Production, ...

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    Daily News

    Synamedia takes a SaaSy approach to cloud


    Paul Segre, CEO of Synamedia, said IBC was something of a coming out party for the company, which has been undergoing a transformation process in the past few years. 

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    Daily News

    Seamless hybrid cloud access on the horizon from Elements


    Major updates to the Elements platform were on show at IBC, as the company advances the concept of a centralised media platform giving access to high-performance, on-premise storage together with cloud storage.

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    Daily News

    More time, more space


    This is the first time in many years that Polar Graphics has had a physical stand at IBC. Usually, the distributor is just present on the stands of its partners.

  • D4-AWS-WBDisco-AP alternate 3x2
    Daily News

    Presenting Live Sport at Scale with AWS


    For all those saying live production is possible in the cloud there are naysayers claiming that latency sucks. Not according to Warner Bros. Discovery, which is proving live virtual production on a daily basis on the biggest sports events in the world.

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    Daily News

    AWS ahead of schedule on ‘2030 vision’


    More than 40 companies are showcasing “the most important media workloads they are dealing with” on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) stand at IBC, according to Marc Aldrich, GM of Global Media and Entertainment.

  • D3-Ross Video-Cloud 3x2
    Daily News

    Production centre shifts to the cloud


    Ross Production Cloud is a full suite of production applications, in the cloud, from ingest, remote contribution and news automation, to audio and video mixing, real-time graphics, MAM and playout.

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    Daily News

    Prime Focus makes dynamic moves for production and post in Clear


    Prime Focus Technologies has returned to IBC and, according to Ramki Sankaranarayanan, Founder and Global CEO, it has major announcements to share around its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software Clear.

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    Unleashing the value of UKTV content with AWS Media2Cloud


    IBC2022: For British broadcaster UKTV, the move to the cloud has been central to reengineering its media supply chain. Hear from Antony Joyce, Head of Architecture & Technology Platforms at UKTV about their customer journey to the cloud, including benefits around sustainability.

  • IBC2022 Get the LED out

    Get the LED out! Virtual production innovation with AWS and Mo-Sys Engineering


    IBC2022: Listen to how Mo-Sys Engineering worked with AWS to get an idea from cocktail napkin to a cloud enabled service providing cost effective virtual production services to production companies. James Uren and Matt Herson will discuss the Mo-Sys Engineering Deferred Cloud Rendering service and how it provides an innovative ...

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    Daily News

    Funding boost for Multimodal AI indexing


    AI and cloud media company Newsbridge has used IBC to announce that it has raised €7 million in a Series A funding round to continue its expansion to the US and hire top AI and media engineering talent to boost its R&D in AI-based indexing for media assets. Supernova Invest ...

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    Daily News

    Imagining a cloud-based future


    Imagine Communications has announced enhancements to its Imagine Aviator platform at IBC, and also is also emphasising the company’s new focus on managed services.