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Content sharing and collaboration in the cloud with Aspera Files

IBM has introduced Aspera Files, a new SaaS platform, that allows any organisation to establish a branded web-based presence for the fast, easy and secure exchange and delivery of any size file-based media or data between end users across separate organisations, combining multiple storage platforms.


NAB Daily: Stations act on viewing changes

Worries about cord-cutting and rapid changes in the way people are viewing TV programming have roiled the TV industry in the last year, prompting the launch of a slew of video channels outside the traditional broadcast and pay-TV ecosystem.


Live events are the holy grail

Gavin Mann, global broadcast lead at Accenture, examines the current state of the broadcast industry, and the key themes expected to dominate this year's NAB show which opens today in Las Vegas.


Wohler reinvents monitoring with iAM

Speaking at NAB yesterday, Carl Dempsey, president and CEO, Wohler Technologies, revealed the new iAM-MADI monitoring system, part of the new iAM (intelligent Adaptable Monitoring) series of audio and video monitoring solution.


NHK: The ultimate 8K

Japanese public broadcaster NHK announced plans last year to begin trialling 8K broadcasts in 2016, in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.


Media sharing with NETIA’s Media Assist

NETIA will showcase its new Media Assist software suite, which builds on the strengths of the company's product portfolio to provide a complete solution for managing workflows from ingest through to delivery.


Ross Video promotes solutions and workflows

At this year’s NAB, the Ross Video theme is solutions and workflows showing how the best of Ross technology can be used to provide complete solutions for different types of production environments.


TVLogic to launch 12 new displays

TVLogic has announced plans to launch a total of 12 new models at NAB 2015 to address the increasing demands of broadcast, production, post production, digital signage and multi-viewer applications.


Mo-Sys Engineering tracks the stars

Mo-Sys Engineering has created a unique tracking system that uses optical techniques, rather than mechanical wheel encoders to track pedestals and ensure graphics used in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) environments remain firmly anchored in their correct position.


TMD presents easy to use Chameleon UI

At NAB TMD will launch a new range of products, including packaged asset management solutions, providing cost-effective asset management applications for the SME market.


EVS raises the bar for live video productions

EVS is inviting producers, broadcasters and stadiums to experience first-hand new ways they can maximise the value of their live productions and anticipate viewer consumption demands with future-ready technologies at NAB.


SGL plans full archive demos at NAB

Among SGL's display at NAB is its FlashNet content management solution designed to integrate with MAM or automation control systems to improve workflow efficiency.


Cinegy highlights Software Defined TV

At NAB 2015, Cinegy, which develops and produces software technology for digital video processing, asset management, video compression, automation and playout, will demonstrate version 10 of its product portfolio.


Aspera shares cloud expertise

Aspera will share its expertise in cloud-based workflows and showcase its complete portfolio of high-speed file transfer software and automation solutions for the broadcast and media industries at NAB.


Riedel presents cutting edge comms

NAB will see the launch of Riedel’s new MediorNet device that will add increased flexibility and convenience to the acclaimed MediorNet real-time network.