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Miranda Launches Enterprise Suite On Demand at NAB 2012(April 13, 2012)
MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwire) -- 04/13/12 -- NAB 2012, Booth N2512 - Miranda Technologies Inc. (TSX:MT), a global provider of integrated solutions for production, playout and delivery systems for television broadcasters and multi-system operators, today announced the NAB launch of Enterprise Suite On Demand, an automated content publishing system specifically designed to simplify the creation of multiple content versions, with appropriate branding, for delivery to the many video on demand (VOD) platforms consumers use today. The system automates version mastering, encoding of deliverables, and metadata packaging through tight integration with traffic systems.
The fully scalable Enterprise Suite On Demand works as a standalone system for broadcasters with any existing playout system or can be paired with Miranda's iTX playout servers to achieve the maximum benefits of workflow efficiency. Content can be automatically sourced from network storage, video servers, archive systems or ingested from videotape.
Miranda's director of product management, Workflow and Playout, Stephane Blondin, said, "Managing the increased workload related to VOD content generation is one of the primary concerns facing broadcasters today. Their principal challenges lie in controlling operational costs and efficiently managing large volumes of files and their associated metadata to fulfil contractual obligations. We're helping fuse playout and digital operations and facilitating monetization."
Enterprise Suite On Demand automates the whole process through integration with existing traffic systems. This not only permits process automation but also allows formal management of ad sales and brand promotion activities by leveraging business processes already in place for linear television.
Enterprise Suite On Demand offers unparalleled graphics capabilities allowing for the inclusion of highly tailored promotional branding in On Demand programs enabling broadcasters to promote their various products and services in a way that is more targeted and relevant to non-linear viewers.
Enterprise Suite On Demand supports encoding to most major VOD formats and it's easily integrated with transcoding systems already in operation.
See www.miranda.com/nab2012 for more information about Miranda's NAB exhibit and latest solutions.
Miranda Technologies is a leading worldwide provider of hardware and software solutions for the television broadcast, cable, satellite and IPTV industry. Its solutions span the full breadth of television operations, including production, playout, and delivery. With a wealth of experience in delivering IT-based and traditional television systems, Miranda is uniquely positioned to help customers enhance their facilities, while generating additional revenue, reducing costs and streamlining operations. For over 22 years, Miranda's growth has been driven by continuous innovation, along with close customer partnerships focused on helping them achieve their business objectives. To deliver this support, Miranda employs 700 people globally, in both developed and emerging markets. Miranda's head office is located in Montreal, and it has regional facilities in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, the United Arab Emirates, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and mainland China. A public company since December 2005, Miranda's shares (TSX:MT) are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. More information on the Company can be found at www.miranda.com.
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