Texas A&M University’s ‘12th Man Productions’ Transitions to an IP-based Infrastructure with Cisco IP Fabric …
Texas A&M University Athletics pairs Cisco IP Fabric for Media with existing expertise to create a robust solution for reliability, flexibility, and control. The transition from an SDI technology to IP-based infrastructure provides a scalable and secure fabric that can handle more capacity, better control of network traffic. Cisco’s IP Fabric for Media will provide Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions with a highly reliable and secure network with zero-drop multicast.
Why An Agile Media Production Workflow is Critical When Broadcasting Moves from the Studio to Remote
In this blog series for broadcasting engineers, top technology challenges, transformation and the value of the ecosystem are explored. We also examine the requirements needed for an agile media production workflow.
Video Aware Networking – A Performance in Four Acts
By taking advantage of the underlying, “video aware” network, to squeeze down latencies, we can help your IP delivery more closely align with the “gold standard” of traditional broadcast television.
IBC 2017: On Making Deposits into the Broadcast/Media Ecosystem
The technology trend that is the progression of broadcast/media creators along the continuum to all-IP (Internet Protocol) operation is well past the “incubation” stage, and somewhere between a walk and a jog. See what I mean by that.
Making IP Video Better Than Broadcast
The era of reliable, best-quality premium content IP video isn't in the future. In many ways, it's already here.
The power of working with IP in a LIVE environment with EVS and Cisco!
“Live” events are the holy-grail in media and entertainment. Read how Cisco and EVS are partnering to deliver 78 hours of broadcast content via Cisco's IP Fabric for Media Solution combined with EVS' BCIP broadcast controller.
Lights, Camera, Action: Sparking Conversations with a Live Demo at NAB
NAB 2017 triple threat: enhanced the demo experience, excited customers and pushed the envelope with live demos, showcasing Cisco’s engagement with the media industry transformation to IP.
Pay TV in Asia – Where is the puck going?
Fifty countries, 4.5 billion people, a multitude of cultures and economies. And that variation includes the way people watch TV. Learn more about the new era of Pay TV.
Cisco – Grass Valley – Tripwire Partnership Delivers End-to-End Media and Broadcast Security
There has never been a better time for the Media and Broadcast Industry. As viewers demand more compelling and engaging live productions, broadcaster’s workflows continue to become more complex, whether live or in the studio. You need tools that can help you tell better stories with the flexibility and creativity that keeps viewers watching across […]