Join IBC365 on 5 April to explore the industry debate on cloud versus on-prem storage, whilst we discover the fundamentals of an integrated storage strategy from production to distribution, and how to balance the capabilities and economics of cloud and on-prem options.

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Conrad Gouws, Technical Architect, RTE

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Conrad Gouws

Conrad is the Technical Architect at Radió Teilifis Éireann (RTÉ), the public service broadcaster in Ireland, where he is working on modernising and transforming RTÉ’s technology architecture as part of the ongoing digital transformation in the organisation.

Conrad works with the CTO and other stakeholders to develop the technology strategy, ensuring that projects deliver strategic value and are aligned to the technology roadmap. Conrad has led the development of several systems and solutions that are central to RTÉ embracing the cloud, and which have led to significant cost savings and efficiencies.

Previously, Conrad was Senior Systems Engineer in RTÉ’s technology infrastructure team where he designed and supported critical broadcast, media management and playout systems.

Prior to joining RTÉ, Conrad worked for Creative Technologies Ireland, the leading provider of professional audio-visual and broadcast technology systems in Ireland. Conrad was instrumental in the design, delivery and support of studio, production, post-production and broadcast facilities for a wide variety of clients including broadcasters, production companies, sports stadiums, universities, and the Irish parliament.


Robert Ambrose, Co-founder and Managing Director, Caretta Research


Rob Ambrose

Rob is a consultant, industry analyst, writer and technologist advising international broadcast and media companies, technology vendors and industry associations. As co-founder of Caretta Research, Rob is working with a team of leading media-tech analysts to help buyers and suppliers make better technology decisions.

He supports multiple leading media technology suppliers on product and go-to-market strategy, and is advising leading broadcasters, streaming services and pay TV operators. Rob holds an MBA with Distinction from Imperial College, London.