Video-8 Media commissions Dalet Digital Media Systems for MSM solutions

19 May, 2011 by IF

Press Release from Well Above

Continuing its strategy of growth and expansion, digital media migration specialists Video-8 Media today announced that it has commissioned Dalet Digital Media Systems (France) to provide end-to-end Media Asset Management and workflow solutions across their business.

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Video-8 MD Gareth Collins explained, “With the growth and maturity now present in the digital media domain, the selection of a purpose-built media management platform to serve Video-8’s clients has become a critical and essential step forward. With the automation of workflows from ingest, quality control, archive, transcoding to rapid repurposing and delivery, Video-8 Media can now provide a world-class MAM solution to our broadcast industry clients.”

Dalet is highly committed to the asset management market and its ability to work alongside a wide range of vendors, supporting a vast array of formats has been a critical factor in Video-8 selection of the company’s MAM system.

Collins continued, “Video-8 Media has implemented Dalet Enterprise MAM solutions across our entire business and using Dalet WebSpace we now offer our clients realtime, remote access to their media, meta-data and automated workflows. Dalet has kept pace with the rapid evolution of open media access and delivery over Internet protocols, providing a leading web platform and entry portal into the heart of hi-res digital media, sophisticated workflows and end-point content delivery.”

Video-8 has also established high-end data centre capacity in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and a high-speed private network to host its next generation Dalet MAM service.

Gareth Collins concluded, “Along with our presence in the high-end data centres, Video-8 now also provides direct connectivity into broadcasters in each state and into our clients’ offices where required. This helps expedite and facilitate any move to more cost effective and efficient file-based workflows, industry wide.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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