The SVG Summit is coming Dec. 13-14 in New York, and Platina Systems will be there!
We are thrilled to connect in person with so many leaders from the sports and live event production industry. Representing Platina at the summit will be Tab Butler and Laura Thommen. Please let us know if you plan to attend, as we’re looking forward to learning about your work and the challenges you’re facing in the market.
How Does Platina Fit into Sports and Live Event Production?
Media and entertainment companies possess massive amounts of data, which makes it challenging to scale in the public cloud. Platina can help with these challenges and more:
- Workflows: With complex and homegrown workflows, smaller media and entertainment companies can’t get the support they need. The complexity of these toolchains can’t scale in the public cloud as the number of workflows grow.
- Archives and storage management: Managing linear-tape open (LTO) storage, which archives are stored upon, may be more costly than you think, when you consider the robot, the tape management, the data center and the people required to maintain it all properly. Add on the fact that the data is in cold storage, and the price-to-benefit ratio starts to look differently.
- End-to-end delivery: From initial ingest to the final distribution of content, there are multiple opportunities for cloud providers to charge you data egress fees, eroding the benefits of the public cloud.
How Does Platina Address These Challenges?
By building, automating, and managing private and hybrid cloud environments, Platina Systems enables organizations to have all the benefits of the public cloud on-premises — even at the petabyte-plus scale that media and entertainment companies require. Platina can help you gain full control over their workflows, processes and cost optimization at every step of the way. Learn more here.