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Amazon Web Services (AWS) highlights the breadth and depth of partner solutions for media at NAB show 2019 – Part 1
AWS will feature a number of AWS Partner Network (APN) technology partners that have built successful services on AWS to help customers create, protect, distribute, and monetize media content for broadcast and multiscreen delivery during the NAB Show 2019 in the AWS booth SU2202 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, April 8-11.
Twelve APN partners will showcase solutions for content creation, media supply chain, and content delivery in the AWS booth. Dozens of APN technology partners will also demonstrate in their booths additional media solutions built on AWS and interoperable with AWS services to deliver scalable, resilient media workflows for customers.
Featured Partners in the AWS Booth at NAB
See demonstrations of AWS-enabled solutions for content creation, content distribution, and media supply chain from these twelve AWS technology and consulting partners in booth SU2202.
Accedo (also at booth SU9514) will present an end-to-end OTT solution running on AWS that delivers a high-quality, personalized user experience and powerful AI-driven business intelligence.
Accurate Player by Codemill powers custom QC/QA, and API integration with Amazon Rekognition and Amazon Transcribe automatically generates metadata, identifies celebrities, detects black frames, and produces transcriptions.
Arc Publishing will demonstrate its CMS and video DAM tools leveraging AWS microservices-based architecture, AWS Media Services, AWS Elemental, and Amazon CloudFront to deliver content to various platforms: web, mobile, newsletters and social media.
Through Deluxe One, Deluxe (Encore/Wynn Suites) connects the end-to-end content ecosystem, offering an innovative and seamless way to manage creation, localization, transformation, packaging, and delivery of content.
Grabyo will showcase the latest in cloud-based video editing, live production and distribution powered by AWS, including the release of a new rapid, browser video editing tool, Grabyo Editor.
The GrayMeta Platform extracts, creates and stores intelligent metadata – with Curio, assets are easily found, across more applications, turning hidden data into actionable information.
Levels Beyond (Renaissance Hospitality Suites) will showcase how Reach Engine and the AWS Media-to-Cloud solution orchestrate workflows using Amazon S3, Amazon S3 Glacier, Amazon Cognito and AWS Elemental MediaConvert.
Meta Data Systems, will present Meta, a cloud platform built on AWS that allows customers to manage editorial, technical, rights, and AI metadata about TV shows, movies, documentaries, games, and more.
Overcast HQ presents how content owners, publishers, and broadcasters use its DAM platform running on AWS to effortlessly manage video assets with a streamlined, smart, easy-to-use video management experience.
Piksel will show how Fuse Metadata Manager is using AWS to modernize media supply chains and turn disparate datasets into powerful and coherent editorial content.
Veset will present its professional SaaS platform on AWS for linear TV channel origination, including content ingest, scheduling, media asset management and playout, for OTT and traditional broadcast distribution.
Vidispine (also at booth SU10106) provides a fully managed Media Supply Chain as a Service on AWS, including native API integration with Amazon Rekognition, AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaLive.
In addition to these partners that will conduct demonstrations in the AWS booth, AWS will feature the following technology partners in demonstrations of AWS services and solutions:
Rapid Migrate, a high-performance automation tool from Cloudfirst to migrate from legacy archive or storage to AWS as part of the Media-to-Cloud demonstration.
Dolby Laboratories (also at SU1702) 4K HDR featuring Dolby Vision with immersive Dolby Atmos audio outputs with AWS Elemental MediaConvert.
Cloud DVR using the InsysGO OTT platform from Insys Video Technologies with AWS Elemental MediaLive and AWS Elemental MediaPackage, and with AWS Elemental Delta.
Teradici Cloud Access Software, leveraging the power of AWS compute, storage, and distribution, to enable secure, high-quality visualization of creative content and applications from anywhere.
Singular.live (also at SU11712) automated insertion of live, dynamic player-side graphic overlays using machine learning from Amazon Rekognition and live content from AWS Elemental MediaLive.
Server-side ad insertion combining the SpotX ad serving platform with AWS Elemental MediaConnect, AWS Elemental MediaPackage, and AWS Elemental MediaTailor.
THEO Technologies‘ (also at SU10814) Universal Video Player in a low-latency demonstration for playback of HTML5, with chunked CMAF content delivered to AWS Elemental MediaStore.
Videon (also at C2733) will showcase ultra-low latency live streaming from their EdgeCaster products with CMAF chunked transfer with AWS Elemental MediaStore and Amazon CloudFront and synchronized playback using NexPlayer (also at SU11011).
In part 2 of this post, we will showcase more than forty other AWS technology partners who will showcase solutions for machine learning, content creation, media supply chain, and content delivery in their respective booths at NAB.