BMC UK to showcase Media Technology using IP, Cloud and virtualisation at IBC 2016.

September 6th 2016, Amsterdam: Broadcast Media Communications Limited (BMC UK), in partnership with MXF Server will demonstrate optimised broadcast-centric computing applications and services in the cloud at IBC 2016. 

BMC UK can now offer media companies global access and workflow orchestration through its latest offering - Broadcast as a Service - BaaS. BaaS is BMC UK’s next generation media platform providing off premise linear and nonlinear media processing functions to broadcasters and media companies in a pay as you go or fully managed service package.

Combined with our secure media centric network enables customers to build workflows in a flexible and scalable environment. BaaS™ has the ability to scale out and integrate seamlessly to our private cloud environment powered by vScaler which offers scalable transport, storage and compute resources.

Tim Horsfield, Co-Founder and CEO of BMC UK said “By leveraging BaaS we can now combine traditional broadcast functions with vScaler our secure private cloud environment to offer scalability and cost advantages, coupled with unrivalled access without the large investments normally associated with more traditional options.

BMC UK will demonstrate its cloud-based broadcast workflows in partnership with MXFServer at IBC 2016, specifically remote video editing in the cloud! MXFServer is a software only total solution for film, broadcast and (post-) production. Editors experience the freedom to open projects in different editing systems simultaneously. Media & ICT Managers can have the best and most secure performance with their storage of choice. Production-teams work (in-house, remote or on the set) more efficient with additional tools like our MediaBrowser, Remote Desktop Editing, Meta-Creator or the DIT-box.

Stop by booth 5.C45 at IBC2016 to a live demonstration of remote video editing in the cloud and to find out more about Broadcast as a Service.

About MXF Server

MXFserver has been in the market since 2004 offering a collaborative platform for editing applications on a central storage platform. Many companies today use a mix of software applications to get the best results for each specific production. With MXFserver they can mix these applications without the need for transcoding. MXFserver today supports a wide range of NLEs and video related products.

 

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