Singapore : GlobeCast and NETIA will be exhibiting jointly at CommunicAsia, June 21-24, 2011, held at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, #1U1-07. The two companies will jointly display products and services for broadcasters, content creators, and other players in the content value chain.
The theme of the booth will be technologies for multiplatform delivery, encompassing the media management aspect of handling large volumes of content, as well as the methods used for global delivery of this content. Special emphasis will be put on the need to “regionalize” content for different markets around the world. Demonstrations of the CMS and Web TV will be among the solutions highlighted at the stand.
At CommunicAsia, GlobeCast and NETIA will highlight the ability of broadcasters to ingest content locally, to manage their media and to playout content in several regions of the world. The main tool for this is new and improved Content Management System (CMS). Netia’s CMS allows customers to globally streamline all of their production processes thanks to simple, easy-to-manage workflows and task automation. The new software suite also allows users to connect all of their partners and vendors within a single production ecosystem, simplifying the sharing and managing of media assets. Users can now manage all of the processes within the production environment from editing through post and distribution with one unique, and easy to use interface. The new web-based interface, built on Silverlight technology, allows for more performance and greater security.
NETIA and GlobeCast offer solutions that are at the heart of the convergence between the broadcasting and telecommunications sectors, with efficient, flexible, and effective technologies that empower multiplatform delivery, growing volumes of on-demand audio and video content, and multiple content formats.
GlobeCast, renowned for its global delivery of the world’s most significant sport and news events delivered the Cricket World Cup, IPL Twenty20 and will be deploying at the London 2012. The GlobeCast crew also deployed in Libya, the Japan earthquake and will be onsite at the Royal Wedding.
GlobeCast is well known for distributing to satellite and cable platforms around the world, but now broadcast clients can distribute their content to a myriad of devices via the Web. Live demonstrations will show the simplicity of this process.