Broadcast News

Bookmark and Share
26/02/2014

Cambridge Imaging Systems Partners With Quantum

Cambridge Imaging Systems has announced a partnership with Quantum Corp. to provide a scalable and secure end-to-end solution for content owners who need to store, catalogue and distribute media via a branded, feature-rich web interface. The combination of Cambridge Imaging Systems' Imagen Media Asset Management and Publishing system and Quantum's StorNext 5 creates a powerful and collaborative solution that is ideal for broadcasters and production companies wishing to create their own VOD or catch-up TV service, and production teams requiring fast access to a shared media repository, either onsite or online via a YouTube-style interface.
The combined system provides a comprehensive, highly scalable and configurable solution for archiving and publishing online, with multi-tier storage archives and granular security controls that offer fine levels of access over content and functionality. When Imagen is connected to StorNext scale-out Storage appliances, users can store originals, create multiple versions and then deliver content to customers in a branded web delivery platform. In addition, production staff can enjoy lightning fast access to high resolution originals while customers can depend on web-based delivery of proxies via Imagen's public web interface.
Imagen is a highly scalable solution for managing and publishing media in a secure, fully customisable website. End users will experience a cutting edge range of features for searching, clipping, collecting and downloading, with access levels that you control. Automated ingest and distribution workflows will save you time. Secure data transfers and replication routines protect your data for the long term, while a range of system options from cloud to on-premises cater to a wide range of budgets.
Quantum's StorNext 5 delivers dramatic new levels of performance, scalability and flexibility for a new generation of the industry’s leading scale-out shared storage file system, tiered storage and archive. Newly engineered from the ground up, StorNext 5 is a complete end-to-end solution that combines file management technology with easy-to-deploy appliances to support the world’s most complex and demanding digital media workflows.
Tom Blake, Managing Director, Cambridge Imaging Systems, said: "Our collaboration with Quantum's team and its StorNext 5 technology delivers the one Media Asset Management and Publishing system that can do it all – users can store, transcode, catalogue and publish to a great looking website, with fast and secure access to assets."
(CD/JP)
Solidmate Ltd Memory Card Hire London

Top Related Stories
Click here for the latest broadcast news stories.

21/08/2017
IBC2017: At The Core Of Global Media And Digital Industry Trends
With its Digital Tech Hub, Qvest Media is encouraging the exchange of global trends between the media and broadcasting industry at this year's IBC Sho
26/06/2017
Tightrope Media Systems Extends BrightSign Partnership
Tightrope Media Systems has announced that it has extended its partnership with BrightSign to span its entire product line. Tightrope and BrightSign f
12/10/2017
Media Links To Showcase New IP Media Gateway
Media Links has announced that it will demonstrate its new MDP 3020 IP Media Gateway at NAB NY 2017, Booth N624, which takes place later this month. T
25/04/2017
Square Box Systems Unveils Enhancements For Worker 7 MAM Automation Solution
Square Box Systems has announced several powerful new enhancements for Worker 7, the company's next-generation workflow automation solution for CatDV
28/10/2005
Cambridge Imaging Systems agree worldwide IPTV deal with HaiVision Systems
Cambridge Imaging Systems has signed an agreement with HaiVision Systems of Montreal under which the UK company is appointed exclusive OEM manufacture
21/03/2017
SHAMAS Selects Pebble Beach Systems' Automation Solution
Saudi Media City Co. (SHAMAS) has selected an automation system from Pebble Beach Systems as part of an installation at its new headquarters in Riyadh
20/03/2017
Timecode Systems Unveils VR Sync Solution
At NAB Show 2017, Timecode Systems will unveil its VR Sync solution. With the use of virtual reality (VR) increasing in use by video production compan
28/04/2017
New Era For VICE Media With Tata Communications
Tata Communications has announced it has been chosen by VICE Media to build a high-performance, completely cloud-based platform for global media asset
20/03/2017
Celebro Media Selects PlayBox Technology Solution
Celebro Media has selected a playout solution from PlayBox Technology which will power a new channel for a broadcaster in the Middle East. Recently in
15/02/2013
Cambridge Imaging Systems Appoints Sales Director
Cambridge Imaging Systems, the digital archive management specialist, has announced the appointment of Paul Tuvey as Sales Director. Paul joins the co
18/08/2017
ASC Technology Committee Announce Name Change
The ASC Technology Committee has been renamed the ASC Motion Imaging Technology Council. Established in 2003, the Committee has helped organize effort
22/08/2017
SMPTE Announces Annual Awards Recipients for 2017
SMPTE has revealed the individuals who will be recognized with 2017 awards as part of the SMPTE 2017 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition (SMPTE 2
05/06/2017
London Calling!
Christy Media Solutions is exhibiting at the Media Production Show in London (Stand 100). Christy Media Solutions is back in London again this month,
15/06/2015
Cambridge Imaging Systems To Attend Cloud World Forum
Cambridge Imaging Systems, the developer of enterprise video platform ImagenCloud, is to attend the Cloud World Forum Event, taking place on 24-25 Jun
29/05/2015
Cambridge Imaging Systems Wins Prestigious Award
Cambridge Imaging Systems has won the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award. The award recognises the company's work