Wazee Digital's Mike Arthur and Ian Retzlaff explain how active archives can be used not just for storage, but as a vehicle for licensing, reselling, and distributing high-value assets to third parties who want them. The 2017 NFL Draft was a prime example. Read the SVG article here. (more…)
From 18-21 July in Sydney, SMPTE17 Will Offer World-Class Conference Program and Rich Exhibition of Cutting-Edge Technologies SYDNEY — 2 June 2017 — The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), the organisation whose standards work has supported a century of advances in entertainment technology, today announced that the SMPTE Australia Section's Conference &[...]
Utah Scientific's Chris Harmon talks about why the broadcast industry's transition to IP is different than anything else the industry has experienced. Read it here.
Nice blog post from Wazee Digital on unicorns, making the user's life easier, and what's coming to NAB 2017. Check it out here
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced that Atlanta-based Crawford Media Services is using Lattus® object storage to build a content repository that supports mass migration of its clients’ legacy content to digital formats and provides ongoing media storage and management. Designed to hold an initial 1.2 petabytes of archived assets as well as content ingested[...]
Recently, Utah Scientific posted a blog showing the calculations of how the company's 10-year warranty on its video routers has saved the broadcast industry a cool billion dollars over the company's forty-year history. Tongue in cheek, of course, but a fun read. Check it out here