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AWS partners showcase media solutions and innovation at IBC 2019 – Part 2 of 2

In part 1 of this blog post, we identified AWS partners showcasing products on the AWS stand (5.C80) at the annual IBC conference and exhibition at the RAI Convention Centre in Amsterdam 13-17 September. In this post, we present the breadth and depth of AWS partner solutions to see across the show floor that help customers innovate and differentiate their new media workflows.

In addition to the AWS Partner Network (APN) partners featured on the AWS stand (5.C80), 48 other AWS technology partners highlight solutions for machine learning, content creation, media supply chain, and content delivery at their respective stands throughout the RAI Convention Centre.

Featured Technology Partner Demonstrations

Learn how these APN partners help customers innovate to deploy media workloads in the cloud by leveraging a wide range of AWS services:

Accedo (14.F08) presents its live sports solution running on AWS, featuring API integration with AWS Elemental Media Services, to deliver high-quality, personalized user experiences and powerful AI-driven business intelligence.

Arvato Systems (3.B36) VPMS EditMate, running on Amazon EC2, is a simple, scalable Production Asset Management system (PAM) for Adobe Premiere Pro.

Bitmovin (14.E12) demonstrates how content owners can deliver targeted and personalized ads to nearly any viewing device using Bitmovin Player and AWS Elemental MediaTailor for server-side ad insertion.

Brightcove (5.69) features Brightcove Live, a broadcast-grade, cloud-based live-streaming solution using Amazon Elasticsearch, Amazon Kinesis, and Amazon CloudFront services to elastically scale and stream live events to millions of viewers around the world.

castLabs (14.A14) demonstrates ultra-low latency live streaming using PRESTOplay video players, and how to secure content using its DRMtoday multi-DRM licensing service running on AWS. (5.B48) features coralPlay, coralFlow, and coralMAM, cloud applications that use Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2 for storage, workflow management, and playout of TV channels.

Crafter Software (Pods.P17) showcases Crafter CMS along with its native API integration with AWS Elemental Media Services and AWS AI/ML for building smart, personalized, multiscreen OTT video experiences.

Crystal (at Make.TV 14.A24) demonstrates how AdConnect delivers frame accurate markers for all ads in a linear feed to AWS Elemental MediaTailor with delivery using Amazon CloudFront for full inventory activation and personalized server-side ad insertion.

Dalet (8.B77) demonstrates Dalet Galaxy five and Ooyala Flex Media Platform, cloud services that use Amazon S3, Amazon Elastic Container Service, and Amazon CloudFront to automate media preparation, storage, workflow management, and multi-platform distribution.

Dell Technologies (7.C39) shows nPVR capabilities using Dell EMC Isilon scale-out NAS with the InsysGO OTT platform from Insys Video Technologies and video processing and delivery software from AWS Elemental.

The EditShare (7.A35) “Cirrus Initiative” brings collaborative workflows to AWS, including Flow MAM and remote editing, QScan automated QC, and high-performance EFS media-engineered shared storage.

Evertz (1.D31 & 1.F29) showcases Mediator-X, Overture, and EVERTZ.IO, which use Amazon Aurora, EC2, and AWS Elemental MediaConnect to unify media and playout workflows to any broadcast, VOD, or OTT platform.

EZDRM (14.D09) demonstrates Universal DRM, a fully-managed DRM as a Service on AWS, with native SPEKE API integration for AWS Elemental MediaConvert and MediaPackage to protect VOD and live workflows.

Friend MTS (1.A58) shows its Distribution iD watermark service with AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaLive, enabling content owners and broadcasters to identify the networks from which pirates are restreaming content.

Grass Valley (9.A01) demonstrates the format flexibility and creative freedom of EDIUS running on Amazon WorkSpaces with rapid XRE Transcoder showing quick, direct transcoding via Amazon S3.

GrayMeta (7.D25) showcases its ML/AI metadata services now integrated into the Iris QC platform, driving increased customer efficiencies leveraging Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Rekognition Video, and the Rekognition Video Moderation API.

iconik (7.D67) shows its video collaboration hub, iconik, which features API integration with Amazon Rekognition, Amazon S3, and AWS Elemental MediaConvert to enable global collaboration and sharing of media.

Imagine Communications (1.D61) demonstrates its full Targeted Delivery solution, now available as a cloud-based managed OTT Monetization Service, which supports dynamic ad insertion for OTT services with hosting, management, monitoring and updates.

INKA ENTWORKS (14.A32) presents Pallycon forensic watermarking and multi-DRM in a single workflow running on AWS, with client SDKs and featuring API integration to AWS Elemental MediaPackage and MediaConvert via the SPEKE API.

Interra Systems (7.C09) demonstrates ORION-OTT for end-to-end content monitoring of streaming media and BATON for automated, hybrid QC of file-based content, which are both interoperable with AWS Elemental MediaLive, MediaPackage, and MediaConvert.

Intertrust (5.A55) showcases the ExpressPlay DRM, a cloud-based multi-DRM service integrated with AWS Elemental MediaPackage using the SPEKE API, to secure both live and on-demand content workflows.

Irdeto (1.D51) showcases its Android TV app security, Wi-Fi management, and security for smart homes, and OTT security and media management solutions running on Amazon Web Services.

Kaltura (2.B41) features its Kaltura TV platform, running on Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3, including API integration with AWS Elemental Media Services, helping companies launch a robust and scalable cloud TV service.

Make.TV (14.A24) highlights how its cloud-based solution for live video makes it easy to rapidly acquire, curate, and deliver content at scale from any source to any destination via AWS.

Mjoll (8.C10) demonstrates Mimir, a video AI tool for journalists & editors with API integration featuring Amazon Rekognition Video to detect faces, celebrities, and labels, and Amazon Transcribe for speech-to-text.

NAGRA (1.C81) showcases end-to-end content monetization with OpenTV and scalable service protection with NAGRA’s security platform, NAGRA cloud.SSP, along with NexGuard watermarking and detection, Conax GO Live, and TVkey Cloud, all running on AWS.

Net Insight (1.B40) shows the new Nimbra 400 encoder and transport solution, enabling secure cloud ingest using standardized RIST (Reliable Internet Stream Transport), RTP, RTP FEC, and Zixi protocols with AWS Elemental MediaConnect to AWS Elemental MediaLive.

Object Matrix (6.C30) provides media focused hybrid architecture solutions for the global media industry. The solution set joins on-premises workflows and storage with Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier, with media asset management from ingest to archive.

Piksel shows how Fuse Metadata Manager is using AWS to modernize media supply chains and turn disparate datasets into powerful and coherent editorial content.

Pixit Media (7.D69) shows PixStor running on Amazon EC2, bringing scale-out high-performance NAS to AWS. PixStor enables caching for burst render and persistent storage for cloud-based workflows.

Qumulo (5.A15, 7.A55) delivers high-performance enterprise cloud file storage for editorial, rendering, and transcoding workflows, enabling burst to AWS to instantly scale compute, or move entire post production workflows to a complete CloudStudio.

Red Bee Media (14.D26) shows the Managed OTT platform for temporary events, Nucleus Media Management platform and Realtime Captioning, utilizing AWS Elemental Media Services, Amazon Lambda, and Amazon API Gateway.

Ross Video (11.C10) demonstrates its production workflow tools running on AWS including Inception, a browser-based newsroom computer system and social media manager; and Streamline, an asset and work order management system.

SDVI (14.H16) features its Rally Media Supply Chain Platform on AWS, which enables customers to rapidly respond to new business opportunities by dynamically deploying applications and infrastructure to provide technical agility and operational efficiency.

SeaChange (1.F68) demonstrates the Framework, a complete Video Delivery Platform providing linear, VOD, and TSTV with simplified content discovery using Amazon Personalize, Amazon S3, and Amazon EC2.

SES (1.B51) presents SES 360, a unified media platform running on AWS for managing and delivering linear and non-linear content to any broadcast, VOD or OTT platform

SHIFT (Pods.P10) demonstrates SHIFT, an API-based media management and secure video sharing platform, with integration to Amazon S3.

Signiant (14.B23) demonstrates how their SaaS solutions, Media Shuttle and Jet, are used by media companies to transfer media assets to AWS Elemental for video processing and delivery.

Singular (14.B08) showcases cloud-based graphic overlays for SDI, NDI, and IP workflows and dynamic player-side overlays using Amazon Rekognition Video machine learning and live content from AWS Elemental MediaLive.

Sony NMS (13.A10) showcases Ven.ue, a Media Supply Chain and OTT/e-Commerce solution, using Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2 to automate storage, content processing, and to support VOD workflows.

StreamShark (14.A10) presents its encoder management solution to automate control of AWS Elemental Live across intranets and the internet via remote configuration, control, and turnkey live streaming to StreamShark and social destinations.

Touchstream‘s (14.A03) live demonstration includes StreamCAM, OTT ABR active live stream monitoring, and StreamE2E featuring cost-effective end-to-end monitoring that integrates any external data source.

Unified Streaming (14.H22) shows how to perform ad insertion for live and VOD streams with AWS Elemental MediaTailor and Unified Streaming software.

V-Nova (14.A07) showcases its technology running on AWS, providing next-generation video encoding for live and VOD with delivery to all devices via Amazon CloudFront.

Venera Technologies (7.A34) demonstrates the Quasar file-based QC and AWS Elemental MediaConvert transcoding, automating and simplifying digital media workflows in the cloud.

Verimatrix (5.A59) demonstrates API integration between its multi-DRM solution and the SPEKE API developed by AWS, eliminating the need for complex integrations between proprietary DRM APIs and ultimately accelerating deployment for video service providers.

aiWARE from Veritone (5.C24) leverages AWS machine learning to empower media customers to generate actionable insights and solve real-world challenges quickly and efficiently.

VisualOn (5.C40) demonstrates seamless server-side ad insertion, tracking, and business logic utilizing its HTML5+ Player leveraging API integration with AWS Elemental MediaTailor.

VITEC (7.C34) showcases its MGW Ace Encoder and MGW Diamond portable IP encoder compatible with AWS Elemental MediaLive, delivering a complete live broadcast streaming solution.

Zixi (14.F11) demonstrates its software and ZEN Master stream management control plane natively integrated with AWS Elemental MediaConnect, to provide the flexibility for media organizations to source, manage, and deliver live video over IP.

AWS also invites visitors to IBC to attend these informative events featuring APN technology and consulting partners. Registration is required to attend these events.

Fri, 13 September 2019

08:00 – 10:00 CEST DPP IBC IMF Breakfast Briefing at Soho House, Spuistraat 210, 1012VT, Amsterdam. The DPP IBC IMF Breakfast Briefing offers practical advice to organizations interested in adopting IMF for Broadcast & Online or developing tools that support the SMPTE TSP 2121 specification. With APN partners Deluxe and Adstream.

Saturday, 14 September 2019

12:30 – 14:00 CEST IMF User Group “IMF 101” in the Emerald Room at the RAI Convention Centre. The IMF 101 session provides an overview of the uses cases and technology underlying the IMF standard, and a series of tutorials using some of the latest products on the market in the cloud and on-premises. With APN partners Dalet, and Venera Technologies.

Sunday, 15 September 2019

09:00 – 11:00 CEST Modern Content Creation Workflows Breakfast at the Crowne Plaza Amsterdam – South, George Gershwinlaan 101, 1082 MT, Amsterdam. Join Teradici to hear about Modern Content Creation Workflows using Teradici Virtual Workstations on AWS to unleash media creation for pre- and post-production scenarios enabling studio scalability and artists flexibility with up-to 4k content.

18:30 – 21:30 CEST DASH-IF Networking Event at the Heineken Experience, Stadhouderskade 78, 1072 AE Amsterdam. The DASH Industry Forum brings you an evening of networking to celebrate MPEG DASH – one of the most transformative standards driving the media industry today. Enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres, live DJs, demo tables and an open bar on the top floor of the Heineken Experience, while mingling with executives, architects and engineers from leading entertainment technology companies.

Monday, 16 September 2019

11:00 – 18:00 CEST IBC 2019 RIST Forum Lunch, Presentations, Panel Discussion, and Cocktail Hour in room G106 in the G-corridor, upstairs outside of hall 2 at the RAI Convention Centre. The RIST Forum hosts a full afternoon of free presentations and a panel, free lunch, as well as a complimentary cocktail hour featuring talks and panelists from AWS, APN partners Net Insight, Video Flow, and Zixi.

Brandon Zupancic

Brandon Zupancic

Brandon leads global partner marketing for technology and consulting vendors which have built media solutions on AWS, and which businesses may use to deliver video to their customers and internal clients.