Amagi, a cloud-based broadcast infrastructure and targeted TV advertising platforms, has been named as a finalist for the 2016 IABM Game Changer Awards for its CUMULUS cloud broadcast platform. The CUMULUS platform is one of three final candidates in the Playout and Delivery Systems category and was shortlisted based on its ability to virtualise the entire content distribution workflow, including content preparation, management, playout, and monetisation.
CUMULUS also provides the flexibility to support different delivery models such as cable, satellite, cloud, IP, and OTT.
K.A. Srinivasan, Co-founder, Amagi said, “The IABM Game Changer Awards are a recognition from theindustry experts for product innovation. It’s indeed a great honor to be one of the finalists. CUMULUS is the only platform that offers an end-to-end broadcast workflow on the cloud, bringing in flexibility, scalability, and cost efficiencies to broadcast operations.”
Amagi partners with providers to stitch together a comprehensive workflow where TV networks can leverage the full power of cloud broadcast. Amagi will be expanding its CUMULUS partner ecosystem in the months to come, providing a wide choice for its customers as they transition to next-generation cloud platforms from existing traditional broadcast models.
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