(Cambridge, United Kingdom--March 25, 2014) At NAB 2014 Cambridge Imaging Systems will present its world class cloud-based and software-based media management and publishing solutions. Cambridge Imaging Systems has also recently announced key partnerships with companies including Quantum, FileCatalyst and Object Matrix that will help clients to build scalable, secure end-to-end workflows. The company will discuss these partnerships and present demonstrations of its Imagen and ImagenCloud systems at NAB 2014 on Stand SL5507.
Tom Blake, Managing Director, Cambridge Imaging Systems
, said, “Our new partnerships, combined with our affordable pricing structure, enable organisations of any size to structure their media logically, and provide secure access and fast delivery via a customized interface. We look forward to presenting these new workflows to our visitors at NAB 2014.”
In addition Cambridge Imaging Systems will demonstrate BoB, the shared online off-air TV and radio recording service that provides what is thought to be the world’s biggest catch-up TV service. This unique system, based on the Imagen
platform, provides significant educational and research resources for the UK’s higher and further education sectors, with more than a million TV and radio programmes available.
Imagen is a highly scalable MAM and publishing system that can be used for ingesting, archiving and distributing large quantities of video, stills, audio and documents in a customizable and user friendly web interface. ImagenCloud
provides a convenient and cost-effective way to manage and publish video, images and audio without the need for hardware expenditure and hosting expertise. It features powerful ingest workflows and full asset management, as well as geo redundant storage and back up service.
ABOUT CAMBRIDGE IMAGING SYSTEMS
Cambridge Imaging Systems have been developing software for media archive management systems since 1991. Their technology has been developed working on large-scale projects for corporate and government clients including the Ministry of Defence, The Police, The BBC, ITN, Imperial War Museums, IMG, Endemol and British Library. Their software systems have been developed over the last twenty years to provide a flexible architecture, able to interface with existing software and able to integrate with existing working practices.
Their archive management system, Imagen, contains a number of modules that are designed to work together in a coordinated way to reduce the manual intervention required to manage very large-scale media archives. It is possible to use Imagen
as a complete media asset management system, with a customizable website for publishing online. http://www.cambridgeimaging.co.uk