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66 MANAGE BY DAVID FOX


AJA Video Systems has taken an equity stake in data analytics software developer Diskover Data and launched AJA Diskover Media Edition. The new software is based on open source roots and lets users easily search, fi nd and analyse media asset data originating from on-premises, remote or cloud storage – aggregating associated metadata into a unifi ed global index. Users can search across multiple platforms simultaneously, and discover


and present data in a master index, while generating reports and cost analysis to a range of roles across productions or enterprises. The software can index hundreds of petabytes of data and more, to locate fi les, analyse them and pinpoint misallocated resources. It allows metadata to be harvested to add business context and insights and help identify wasted storage space, ageing and unused fi les, data changes and more. According to Nick Rashby,


president of AJA, this is the fi rst time that AJA has invested in another company.


Rashby said the attraction included both the technology, “which is rock solid” and the


AETA SCOOPS UP 5G FOR AUDIO TRANSPORT


CREATE & PRODUCE Aeta Audio Systems BY DAVID FOX


Aeta Audio Systems has added 5G capability to its ScoopTeam commentary unit, for better sound quality and ease of use.


The company claims this “future-proofi ng” of the outside broadcast unit will allow users to seamlessly cover events while ensuring their audience benefi ts from impeccable audio quality. It offers improved speeds (up to 100Gbps, theoretically 100 times faster than 4G) and should greatly reduce the risk of losing time on connection setups, such as network bonding, even when working in crowded environments. Yann Vonarburg, general manager of Aeta Audio Systems, said: “After carrying


out some in-depth R&D work, we’re happy to be able to offer our clients the most advanced network connectivity available today. The fact that ScoopTeam can now embed a 5G network connection will result in safer audio links, even via wireless networks that should not be saturated anymore, greatly reducing AoIP connection obstacles.” The ScoopTeam unit also


offers Ethernet, 4G, WiFi, VoLTE ISDN and AES67 connections together with Aeta remote access technology, enabling technicians in the master control room to take control of one or more units wherever they are located. ScoopTeam can also now accept two wireless modules, so that it can connect to both 4G and 5G networks simultaneously, as well as offer bonding and double streaming options if still necessary.


Commentary


boxed: 5G joins the ScoopTeam pitch side


STRONGERTOGETHER


AJA DISKOVERS THE IMPORTANCE OF MANAGING DATA AJA Video Systems


#IBC2021


Rashby: AJA Diskover Media Edition is based on “rock solid” technology


people behind it, which he believes will gel well with AJA’s knowhow, “to create a very compelling solution for our customers and immediately start solving what we feel are very


relevant problems… which are going to continue to grow unless addressed”. Paul Honrud, CEO for Diskover, said: “We’re excited to scale our offering into the media content


creation arena. AJA offers best- in-class solutions for content production and is an ideal partner for us, as many of their existing customers will benefi t from our solution.”


KAON MIDDLEWARE AIDS ALLENTE INTEGRATION WITH GOOGLE CBS CONSUME


Kaon Media


BY JO RUDDOCK Nordic pay-TV


company Allente has become one of the world’s fi rst operators to complete Google Common Broadcast Stack (CBS) integration on an Android TV Operator Tier set-top box. The project was completed in six months thanks to close collaboration between Allente, Kaon Media, Nagra, Broadcom, 3SS and Google. Hybrid Kaon BCM72180 PVR STBs became available to Allente’s over 1 million


subscribers, with Nagra Media CAS, Broadcom 72180 SoC and based on 3SS UX technology, in Q3 2021. Among the stated positive outcomes of adopting Google CBS are easier and faster integration for hybrid Android TV OS devices, accelerated time-to-market, simplifi ed upgrades and reduced overall total cost of ownership. Kaon STB middleware is fully integrated with the Android TV software stack to enable new pre-certifi ed Android TV capabilities such as custom over-the-air update, among others, further accelerating the introduction of new features. Tom Buhl, executive vice


president, Kaon Media, said: “We are extremely


proud to be the fi rst OEM to complete STB integration on a Broadcom SoC with Nagra CAS seamlessly integrated with UX delivered by 3SS. The rapid pace of integration with our highly esteemed partners could hardly be more powerful evidence of the many benefi ts made possible by the Google Common Broadcast Stack.” Jon Espen Nergård, CTO, Allente, said: “Completion of our STB integration so rapidly is a clear testament to the technology, engineering skill and dedication to customer satisfaction from our partners Kaon and 3SS, and indeed those of our wider partnership of collaborators which includes Nagra, Broadcom and, of course, Google.”


Kaon STB middleware enables integration of Android TV capabilities


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