Mediaproxy, the leading provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions, has announced a new partnership with Pikolo Systems, the advanced workflow automation solutions provider based in Addison, Texas. Pikolo’s ITracker, an industry leading discrepancy reporting workflow, allows broadcasters to easily manage their complex operations. The collaboration enhances the monitoring confidence levels of enterprise scale content management.
Mediaproxy inokura nekuteerera kunyoresa zvirongwa zvevashambadziri munyika yose. Shanduro yaro yekutanga, LogServer, inopa kuongorora-kutarisa nguva yekuteerera, kureva, uye kushandiswa kwezviitiko zvezvikwata zvakawanda kuburikidza nekubatanidza kuwanika kune zvese zvinobudiswa kubva paIndaneti. Kana uchinge wakachengetwa uye ukachengeterwa muproxy format, zvigadzidzo zvinogona kudzorerwa zvekuyananisa kuburikidza neIntuitive HTML5-based Mediaproxy LogPlayer.
The integration of LogServer, with Pikolo Systems’ flagship ITracker, will provide broadcasters with the enhanced ability to maintain accountability and perform real-time assessment of their operations. The integration connects Incident Tracker events and alerts directly into LogServer. Users of Incident Tracker will now have direct access to recorded archives on LogServer systems.
“Our software solutions are designed to help broadcast operations work more efficiently in a homogenous and collaborative environment,” said Vernon Omegah, President at Pikolo Systems. “Incident Tracker provides broadcasters the means to communicate and engage effectively despite the complexity of their operations. From local television to network and internet operations, to setiraiti and origination operations, our solutions together with Mediaproxy help broadcasters acquire, manage, distribute and analyze their assets. As software-defined workflows continue to replace older, limited technologies, we seek out technology partnerships with market leaders like Mediaproxy to empower our clients with highly functional, seamless solutions.”
Erik Otto, CEO of Mediaproxy, added “Integrating LogServer with Pikolo Systems delivers unprecedented versatility to maintain the highest level of transmission service and user experience. The ability for our customers to easily monitor and rapidly respond to any outgoing and off-air sources is vital to maintaining the highest levels of consumer experience and compliance with regulations on the multiplicity of distribution platforms and territories. Partnering with Pikolo Systems and their mission critical management tool allows us together to stay one step ahead of the evolving needs of OTT and broadcast operators and their subscribers worldwide.”
Pano, boka redu rakatsaurirwa, rinodzidzisa uye rinodikanwa sekutarisa zvinhu nenzira yakasiyana kuitira kuti vatinhi vedu vatinzwike. Isu tinovandudza kuti shoko rako rakagoverwa sei.
Kuburikidza nehutano hweKutengeserana neRP mazano tinoshandisa pasina 'PR kutaura' uye kurondedzera zvakananga pamwoyo yenhau, kuisa pfungwa pakukurudzira pfungwa dzehutungamiri zvinyorwa, zvidzidzo zvenyaya uye mabhuku emabhuku.
Kwete chete tinoshandira pamwe chete nevatungamiri, vanopikisa uye vanoita zvisarudzo kuti vaise pachena nyaya dzinoshandura nekuchinja shanduro yedu, tinewo hukama hwakasimba nevatapi venhau, vanyori uye mabhuku kuitira kuti vateereri venyaya vanoda kukurukura - uye vaverengi vanoda kuverenga.
Mifananidzo yakapedzisira ne Peji Melia PR (ona zvose)
- Pikolo Systems and Mediaproxy Partner to Deliver Advanced Incident Management - January 7, 2019
- Symply Streamlines ARRI Rental Workflow Path from Set to Post-Production - December 3, 2018
- Solutions Paper: Exception-based IP broadcast monitoring using penalty boxes - November 29, 2018