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NAB 2022 in Review

The return of the NAB Show in Las Vegas was nothing short of amazing. It was very special to be able to meet again with our customers, partners, and the media community as a whole after a two-year hiatus. Even though attendance was down by about half in comparison to pre-COVID shows, those attending were…

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Dalet Flex for teams: Pro Tools for Smaller Creative Crews

Getting high-value content to audiences is not getting any easier. In a world where remote work is increasingly common, and media is consumed through dozens of different platforms, it can be hard to keep up! Large libraries can be spread across multiple locations, on-premises or in the cloud; and making sure the right content, in…

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Introducing Dalet Pyramid Solutions

From inception, we, at Dalet, have been committed to improving the way media professionals create and share stories. We are constantly working with journalists, editors, producers, engineers, and technologists, to provide innovative solutions for planning, producing, and sharing news in our digital world. As a result, we have developed three solutions, powered by Dalet Pyramid,…

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Zero Trust Security Paradigm

At Dalet, we’ve always been a security-focused company, and in a world of more connections (and threats), our approach has evolved. Inputs are increasing, content assets are more valuable than ever, and bad actors are growing ever more organized. It’s not a question of whether you’ll be attacked but when. That means you don’t just…

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Unleash Creativity with Dalet Flex and Adobe® Premiere® Pro

Sometimes, it’s hard to picture the end product when facing a library of media assets. Dalet is instrumental in making your production concepts a reality; and one way we do this is designing our products to integrate with other trusted, reliable tools. One such group of solutions Dalet works alongside seamlessly is Adobe’s creative product…

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2022 Technology Trends in Media and Entertainment

A new year welcomes us. We are now staring at what could be considered the proverbial blank slate. I know I tend to regard January as just that — a new beginning, a fresh start. However, when I look at a new year, I find myself also looking back as a ways and means for preparing…

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The Benefits of SaaS

Guest post by Jens Hasche, Partner at Simon-Kucher & Partners As one of the big buzzwords in recent years, it still seems necessary to shortly explain what “SaaS” really means. “SaaS” stands for “Software as a Service”. On the one hand side, it is a method of software delivery in which software is accessed online…

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How to Create an Intelligent Cloud Media Archive with Dalet Flex

One of our large customer’s media engineering group provides a vivid illustration of how to migrate a major cable TV network’s legacy asset storage system to a highly scalable, automated, cloud media archive designed for continual growth in content utility. Let’s take a closer look at their approach! Identifying the business challenges… The scope of…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our discussion around hybrid deployments – i.e. partially on-premises and partially in the cloud – for Media Workflow solutions. Here’s the first post, in case you missed it. We looked at both the benefits and technical trade-offs when transitioning to cloud-based solutions, and how a hybrid architecture may provide the…

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Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 1

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of enabling contributions from home across the media production and distribution supply chain. This has accelerated the transition to cloud-based solutions, which can often provide ways to address those challenges. But they do not come without technical trade-offs, and associated business transformations can prove…

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2021 Media Technology Trends

Around this time each year, I wonder what the following 12 months will have in store for our industry. This is a difficult endeavor under normal circumstances – but now that 2020 has been and gone, predicting the immediate future is something probably best left to professional fortune-tellers. Nonetheless, having already discussed with industry peers…

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Trailblazing Transcoding in the Cloud

Anywhere, at scale and with premium results! Dalet AmberFin has been a go-to media conversion platform for high-end content for years now. Its scalable media processing tools offer transcode, color conversion, packaging, and file transport with an emphasis on the quality of the output. The AmberFin transcode engine was initially designed to run on cost-effective,…

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Virtualization - is it always best?

I like to be told that I’m wrong. It usually means that I’ve made some broad sweeping assumption that over-simplifies the world. My most recent blunder was assuming that the whole world will obviously move 100% of its media operations to the cloud. It seems to me that in the space of a few short…

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Why Cloud Content Supply Chains Are The Answer to Today's Media Consumption Demands

Today’s content creators and publishers are faced with a rapidly changing landscape. Any company and brand looking to engage viewers, followers, sports fans, consumers and buyers needs to refocus on their video strategy. Creating great content is no longer sufficient – you also need to keep at least one eye on trends. If you don’t,…

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Forecast is Looking Cloudy

“Hey Bruce, can I run your software in the cloud?”, said one of our customers while I was traveling the other week. “Sure”, I replied, “what do you mean by cloud?”. “Erm, well, you know the cloud. Like the Amazon thing”. “Why would you want to do that?”, I asked. “Because, well – it will…

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It's all About the API!

Once upon a time, in a land far far away software was sold that ran on a single computer. That computer was a lonely device. It didn’t have many other computers to talk to, so all of the software was concerned with internal processes and internal calculations and making sure it didn’t crash. Everything was under control…

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NAB 2022 in Review

The return of the NAB Show in Las Vegas was nothing short of amazing. It was very special to be able to meet again with our customers, partners, and the media community as a whole after a two-year hiatus. Even though attendance was down by about half in comparison to pre-COVID shows, those attending were…

Read More
Dalet Flex for teams: Pro Tools for Smaller Creative Crews

Getting high-value content to audiences is not getting any easier. In a world where remote work is increasingly common, and media is consumed through dozens of different platforms, it can be hard to keep up! Large libraries can be spread across multiple locations, on-premises or in the cloud; and making sure the right content, in…

Read More
Introducing Dalet Pyramid Solutions

From inception, we, at Dalet, have been committed to improving the way media professionals create and share stories. We are constantly working with journalists, editors, producers, engineers, and technologists, to provide innovative solutions for planning, producing, and sharing news in our digital world. As a result, we have developed three solutions, powered by Dalet Pyramid,…

Read More
Zero Trust Security Paradigm

At Dalet, we’ve always been a security-focused company, and in a world of more connections (and threats), our approach has evolved. Inputs are increasing, content assets are more valuable than ever, and bad actors are growing ever more organized. It’s not a question of whether you’ll be attacked but when. That means you don’t just…

Read More
Unleash Creativity with Dalet Flex and Adobe® Premiere® Pro

Sometimes, it’s hard to picture the end product when facing a library of media assets. Dalet is instrumental in making your production concepts a reality; and one way we do this is designing our products to integrate with other trusted, reliable tools. One such group of solutions Dalet works alongside seamlessly is Adobe’s creative product…

Read More
2022 Technology Trends in Media and Entertainment

A new year welcomes us. We are now staring at what could be considered the proverbial blank slate. I know I tend to regard January as just that — a new beginning, a fresh start. However, when I look at a new year, I find myself also looking back as a ways and means for preparing…

Read More
The Benefits of SaaS

Guest post by Jens Hasche, Partner at Simon-Kucher & Partners As one of the big buzzwords in recent years, it still seems necessary to shortly explain what “SaaS” really means. “SaaS” stands for “Software as a Service”. On the one hand side, it is a method of software delivery in which software is accessed online…

Read More
How to Create an Intelligent Cloud Media Archive with Dalet Flex

One of our large customer’s media engineering group provides a vivid illustration of how to migrate a major cable TV network’s legacy asset storage system to a highly scalable, automated, cloud media archive designed for continual growth in content utility. Let’s take a closer look at their approach! Identifying the business challenges… The scope of…

Read More
Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our discussion around hybrid deployments – i.e. partially on-premises and partially in the cloud – for Media Workflow solutions. Here’s the first post, in case you missed it. We looked at both the benefits and technical trade-offs when transitioning to cloud-based solutions, and how a hybrid architecture may provide the…

Read More
Cloud vs on-premises - why not both? Part 1

Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of enabling contributions from home across the media production and distribution supply chain. This has accelerated the transition to cloud-based solutions, which can often provide ways to address those challenges. But they do not come without technical trade-offs, and associated business transformations can prove…

Read More
2021 Media Technology Trends

Around this time each year, I wonder what the following 12 months will have in store for our industry. This is a difficult endeavor under normal circumstances – but now that 2020 has been and gone, predicting the immediate future is something probably best left to professional fortune-tellers. Nonetheless, having already discussed with industry peers…

Read More
AFC_hero
Trailblazing Transcoding in the Cloud

Anywhere, at scale and with premium results! Dalet AmberFin has been a go-to media conversion platform for high-end content for years now. Its scalable media processing tools offer transcode, color conversion, packaging, and file transport with an emphasis on the quality of the output. The AmberFin transcode engine was initially designed to run on cost-effective,…

Read More
servers
Virtualization - is it always best?

I like to be told that I’m wrong. It usually means that I’ve made some broad sweeping assumption that over-simplifies the world. My most recent blunder was assuming that the whole world will obviously move 100% of its media operations to the cloud. It seems to me that in the space of a few short…

Read More
ss
Why Cloud Content Supply Chains Are The Answer to Today's Media Consumption Demands

Today’s content creators and publishers are faced with a rapidly changing landscape. Any company and brand looking to engage viewers, followers, sports fans, consumers and buyers needs to refocus on their video strategy. Creating great content is no longer sufficient – you also need to keep at least one eye on trends. If you don’t,…

Read More
dalet
Forecast is Looking Cloudy

“Hey Bruce, can I run your software in the cloud?”, said one of our customers while I was traveling the other week. “Sure”, I replied, “what do you mean by cloud?”. “Erm, well, you know the cloud. Like the Amazon thing”. “Why would you want to do that?”, I asked. “Because, well – it will…

Read More
dalet
It's all About the API!

Once upon a time, in a land far far away software was sold that ran on a single computer. That computer was a lonely device. It didn’t have many other computers to talk to, so all of the software was concerned with internal processes and internal calculations and making sure it didn’t crash. Everything was under control…

Read More