New York City, NY – March 22, 2016 –Dalet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of software-based solutions for media organizations, will be showcasing its media management solutions and workflow advancements at this year’s NAB Show, taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center, April 18-21. Visitors to the Dalet booth (SL3905) can book a private demonstration or workflow consultation with a Dalet expert to learn how enhancements to the Dalet Galaxy, Brio and AmberFin platforms can help them better manage and distribute content.
“As an industry, our experience of new infrastructure technologies, such as IP and cloud, is now reaching a level of maturity that matches the proven robustness of Dalet software-based solutions,” comments Ben Davenport, director of marketing, Dalet. “It is these advancements that gift content owners the power of opportunity – the opportunity to make content and infrastructure work better for them and their businesses.”
Boasting a powerful new analytics engine, see the high-quality Dalet AmberFin orchestrated media processing and mastering platform on display at NAB 2016. Capitalizing on a highly highly intuitive Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN) 2.0-compliant workflow designer, users can quickly and easily create complex workflow chains with little or no prior experience, while administrators have all the information they need at their fingertips to make both operational and business decisions. In addition to comprehensive support for third-party automated QC tools, the latest version of Dalet AmberFin now supports fast file transfer solutions such as Aspera as well as Amazon S3 compatible storage interfaces.
Taming the Wild
Spearheading the charge into the facility of the future, Dalet Brio is the flexible, high-density, high-performance video server and I/O management platform based on commodity IT-hardware. The latest release brings video over IP support, offering a set of easy-to-use workflow tools that are interface independent and common to both SDI and IP I/O. Enhancements to the Dalet Brio platform give operators the ultimate in flexibility in planning and transitioning to hybrid or all-IP environments.
Leading the way in exploiting social media as a source for newsroom journalists, Dalet Galaxy MAM for news is perfectly tailored for end-to-end news production and distribution workflows. Embedded tools let personnel plan, collect, research, write, edit, and distribute text, audio and video instantly to television, radio, web and social media. As a result, news organizations have additional resources to cover and produce more stories. Dalet experts will be on hand to show how these and other new tools can be used to support radio, sports, archive, program prep and production workflows.
Dalet Press Briefings at NAB 2016
Members of the media are invited to contact Anya Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a press briefing with a Dalet expert during NAB 2016.
About Dalet Digital Media Systems
Dalet software-based solutions enable media organizations to create, manage and distribute content faster and more efficiently, fully maximizing the value of assets. Dalet products are built on three distinct platforms that, when combined, form versatile business solutions that power end-to-end workflows for news, sports, program preparation, production, archive and radio. Individually, Dalet platforms and products offer targeted applications with key capabilities to address critical media workflow functions such as ingest, QC, edit, transcode and multiplatform distribution.
The foundation for Dalet productivity-enhancing workflow solutions, Dalet Galaxy is the enterprise NRCS and MAM that unifies the content chain by managing assets, metadata, workflows and processes across multiple and diverse production and distribution systems. Specially tailored for news and media workflows, this unique technology platform helps broadcasters and media professionals increase productivity while providing operational and business visibility.
Dalet AmberFin is the high-quality, scalable transcoding platform with fully integrated ingest, mastering, QC and review functionalities, enabling facilities to make great pictures in a scalable, reliable and interoperable way.Addressing the demanding needs of studio production, multi-camera ingest, sports logging and highlights production, the innovative Dalet Brio video server platform combines density and cost-effectiveness with high reliability.
Dalet supports customers from the initial planning stages to well beyond project execution. Our global presence includes 17 offices strategically located throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, North America and South America, and a network of more than 60 professional partners serving 87 countries worldwide. This collective experience and knowledge enables our customers to realize potential increases in productivity, efficiency and value of their assets.
The comprehensive Dalet Care program ensures deployments remain up and running with 24/7 support 365 days a year.
Dalet systems are used around the world by many thousands of individual users at hundreds of TV and Radio content producers, including public broadcasters (ABS-CBN, BBC, CBC, DR, FMM, France TV, RAI, RFI, Russia Today, RT Malaysia, VOA), commercial networks and operators (Canal+, FOX, eTV, MBC Dubai, MediaCorp, Mediaset, Orange, Time Warner Cable, Warner Bros, Sirius XM Radio), and government organizations (Canadian House of Commons, Australian Parliament and UK Parliament).
Dalet is traded on the NYSE-EURONEXT stock exchange (Eurolist C): ISIN: FR0011026749, Bloomberg DLT:FP, Reuters: DALE.PA.
Dalet® is a registered trademark of Dalet Digital Media Systems. All other products and trademarks mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.
For more information on Dalet, visit www.dalet.com.
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