SME will showcase its new Enterprise File Fabric™ release for Media and Entertainment at IBC 2019
The new release from SME's Enterprise File Fabric provides a multicloud single pane of glass for all media assets, whether on-cloud or on-premises, and features file transfer acceleration in addition to content indexing and AI integrations.
This upgraded version of SME's media management tool incorporates a new Content Intelligence feature hooked into its search which provides:
• On-demand checksums (MD5's) of files, regardless of where they are being stored.
• Media info: automated extraction of key qualities of media files (like bit rate, frame rate, resolution, codec etc.)
• AI / Machine Learning (Google Vision initially to be followed by Amazon Rekognition and IBM Watson integrations)
• Automatic video classification
• Video keyframe analysis
• Automatic transcription
• Celebrity identification
• Image and subject analysis
As per improved features, this new version of the Enterprise File Fabric includes In-browser media playback from any storage with Video Scrubbing, in addition to thumbnails and previews for an extended amount of image formats such as RAW images, for example.
The Enterprise File Fabric for media ships with M-Stream™ Large File Transfer Accelerationwhich speeds up the uploading, downloading and copying of very big files.
James Liddle, CEO of SME says: "We have had tremendous success in the media and entertainment space. Our customers are as diverse as one of the worlds largest global broadcasters to one of the largest Premier League football clubs. We view the media and entertainment sector as being an important verical for us and we continue to make huge strides with our product to satisfy the use cases that we are being brought into."
You can find more information on the Enterprise File Fabric for Media and Entertainment here (https://storagemadeeasy.com/
*Visit Storage Made Easy at booth 8.B38f, situated within the UK Pavilion.