Digital Cinema United has launched its cloud based DCU Connect platform into the U.S. to support the advancement of content delivery for film distributors and theatrical exhibitors. DCU Connect, which is based on Sharc technology, has been in development since 2015 to address the high cost of physical and satellite delivery of digital cinema packages directly to movie theaters globally.
Deluxe and EchoStar Corporation today introduced an expanded movie distribution service for theatres across the U.S. The enhanced offering adds high-speed, terrestrial broadband and a new content management portal to the companies’ existing satellite distribution system, which currently serves more than 3,000 cinemas.
PixitMedia has qualified as an Amazon Web Services Partner in the AWS Partner Network, the global community of Partners who leverage AWS to build trusted solutions and services for customers.
The cloud-based video supply chain company OwnZones Entertainment Technology has named Arjun Ramamurthy global chief technology officer.
Joining a growing list of production and post-production companies, Deluxe has announced its support for Amazon’s AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative to accelerate, simplify and deliver a cloud-based media supply chain management system for their clients. Together, the companies provide a flexible cloud service and cloud management portfolio that gives enterprise customers rapid and flexible access to the cloud.
Amazon Web Services has announced the general availability of Amazon Nimble Studio, a new service that enables customers to set up a content production studio in hours instead of weeks, with elasticity that gives them near limitless scale and access to rendering on demand. With Amazon Nimble Studio, the company says customers can rapidly onboard and collaborate with artists from anywhere in the world and produce content faster and more cost effectively.
The cloud-based video review and approval platform Frame.io has announced its support for the AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative from Amazon Web Services to accelerate and simplify collaborative content creation with remote production teams, whether they’re shooting on-set, editing from a suite across town, or working in an entirely different city in their own home.
Cinemeccanica, Milan, has announced that several of its products in the CineCloud family will be declared end of life as of May 1. Those products include the Server Single, Server Quad, Server Octal and IMB 24-10.
RSB Cinemas has become the first Dutch exhibitor to adopt a fully cloud-based theatre management system. The independent group has selected CineXpert’s e-TMS for its six cinemas across the Netherlands.
As the industry continues to transition towards IP-based solutions, many integrators have found themselves limited by budget-related restrictions. Diversified, a global technology solutions provider, recently ran into this challenge when it came to a project at BerkleeNYC, a campus-based recording studio formerly known as Avatar Studios. In the process of building a cost-effective IP network for the school’s renowned Power Station recording studio, Diversified turned to TSL Products to provide an IP routing interface that marries TSL’s virtual control processor, the GTP-V1, and its renowned Virtual Panels into a solution that TSL has coined, IP-Cross Connect.