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Vidispine Tools from Arvato Systems now available on Google Cloud Posted: 01/10/2021
Vidispine Tools from Arvato Systems now available on Google Cloud

Arvato Systems’ Vidispine customers can now leverage the power of the Google Cloud as a wide selection of the Vidispine products have been ported to run on the powerful Google Cloud Platform. Many products from the Vidispine protfolio, including VidiCore media management backend, and VidiEditor browser-based video production solution, are now running natively on the Google Cloud Platform. This allows Google Cloud customers to use them directly via the Platform's web-based console and build an entire digital media supply chain natively in the cloud.



Tags: Vidispine | Google Cloud | Arvato Systems
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ASG Unveils Virtual Production Control Room Posted: 15/06/2021
ASG Unveils Virtual Production Control Room

Advanced Systems Group (ASG) today announced its Virtual Production Control Room, a remote production service powered by Google Cloud that allows real-time, broadcast-quality coverage of live events and other programming. In contrast to all-in-one solutions, ASG’s VPCR uses cloud-based production tools from several established industry vendors to deliver a more powerful and versatile virtual control room solution.

Tags: ASG | Google Cloud | cloud production | remote production | virtual production | live events | COVID-19
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Cobalt Iron Compass Now Supports Google Cloud Platform Virtual Machine Snapshots Posted: 18/05/2021
Cobalt Iron Compass Now Supports Google Cloud Platform Virtual Machine Snapshots

Cobalt Iron Inc., a leading provider of SaaS-based enterprise data protection, today announced that its Compass® enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) backup platform now enables seamless management of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) virtual machine snapshots.

Tags: Cobalt Iron | Compass | Enterprise SaaS | Google Cloud | Snapshots | GCP VM
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MediaKind launches Aquila Streaming solution on Google Cloud Platform to power delivery of personalized media experiences Posted: 16/04/2020
MediaKind launches Aquila Streaming solution on Google Cloud Platform to power delivery of personalized media experiences

MediaKind, a global media technology leader, today announced that it has extended its partnership with Google Cloud to enable its end-to-end Aquila Streaming solution to be offered as-a-service on the Google Cloud Platform. The launch enables MediaKind customers to leverage Google Cloud’s extensive ecosystem of solutions and assets in order to globally deploy media processing capabilities and optimize the distribution of their OTT services. Aquila Streaming provides significant video bandwidth savings, low end-to-end low latency and large storage reduction, offering support for all qualities of live video service up to UHD, with the ability to deliver broadcast-quality level, premium experiences across all networks.

MediaKind’s cloud-native Aquila Streaming solution can be deployed on bare metal, private cloud, or in any cloud service provider. Through the integration into the Google Cloud ecosystem, it now also provides access to a broader range of media applications and workloads through the cloud, in areas such as containerization, AI, machine learning and the growing network of Android TV and Google Ad Insertion solutions, whilst offering a fully managed solution. MediaKind customers will now be able to scale quicker, rapidly spin channels up with ease and respond to multi-format requirements without compromise on delay.

Tags: Google Cloud | MediaKind | Aquila Streaming | MediaKind Universe Alliance | OTT
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Quantum at CABSAT 2017 Posted: 16/02/2017
Quantum at CABSAT 2017
Quantum will show how its StorNext platform "powers what's next" across the full media life cycle, including production, content management, and delivery and archive workflows. The company will feature StorNext 5.4, the newest release of this powerful platform, and how it brings greater efficiency and flexibility to media workflows. Quantum also will showcase the award-winning Xcellis workflow storage system, demonstrating its unique converged architecture and highlighting its ability to support embedded applications. Throughout CABSAT the company also will demonstrate the benefits of its massively scalable, low-latency Lattus object storage system.
Tags: CABSAT 2017 | Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | Amazon Web Services | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Scality RING | End-to-End | Workflow Support | Xcellis | StorNext FlexTier
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Quantums New StorNext 5.4 Release Provides Greater Efficiency and Flexibility in Media Content Management Posted: 13/12/2016
Quantums New StorNext 5.4 Release Provides Greater Efficiency and Flexibility in  Media Content Management
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced StorNext 5.4, a new release of the company's acclaimed workflow storage platform that brings new levels of efficiency and flexibility to media content management. StorNext 5.4 enhancements include the ability to integrate existing public cloud storage accounts and third-party object storage (private cloud) -- starting with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, NetApp StorageGRID, IBM Cleversafe and Scality RING -- as archive tiers in a StorNext(R)-managed media environment. Another new feature enables users to deploy applications embedded within StorNext-powered Xcellis(TM) workflow storage appliances.
Tags: Quantum | StorNext 5.4 | flexibility | media content management | Microsoft Azure | Google Cloud | Amazon Web Services | NetApp StorageGRID | IBM Cleversafe | Xcellis | Scality RING
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