Early history with success in broadcast radio
A pioneer in the market of digital software solutions for the Radio Broadcast industry, Dalet is founded in 1990. With strong R&D efforts and seed capital from investors, Dalet quickly becomes a market leader in networked digital radio automation solutions with key references including ABC, Deutsche Welle, and Radio Canada – the first deployment in the world with a SQL database.
Developing new markets and new media
Following expansion in Europe and Asia, Dalet starts its operation in North America providing solutions to leading broadcasters such as Voice of America and XM Satellite Radio. In the meantime, Dalet expands its range of products to serve the growing needs of newsrooms and the new media market with major web publication, digital radio, and webcasting contracts.
Paving the way for end-to-end media asset management
In 2001 Dalet completes the acquisition of ANN System GmbH, a leading European player for television newsroom. With strategic R&D efforts towards video, Dalet becomes a leading player for end-to-end, professional solutions used by television channels for video management, acquisition, and broadcast. Dalet deploys the first, fully tapeless television system at Prime TV in Australia.
Growth, strategic acquisitions and industry recognitions
In 2010, Dalet acquires Italian company Gruppo TNT and its innovative I/O technology. 2014 marks the acquisition of AmberFin, a highly regarded, UK-based company specializing in advanced media manipulations. Dalet’s know-how is frequently acclaimed with major awards including the “Innovation Award” at IBC '09 and “TV Tech Star Award” at NAB '11 & '12.
Leading in the new world: cloud, orchestration and artificial intelligence
Responding to the growing complexity of the media supply chain, Dalet launches an Enterprise Orchestration solution with a state-of-the-art workflow engine and business intelligence at the core. Dalet introduces AI and machine learning solutions to augment production workflows with smart recommendations, better content insights and discovery.