As the leading provider of media asset management systems for digital and physical media, TMD is focused on providing an efficient, flexible, and scalable solutions incorporating comprehensive workflows to support business process management. Mediaflex enables broadcast, media, and archive organisations to manage the lifecycle of media from acquisition to archive and everything in between including production, digitisation, storage, repurposing, enrichment, delivery, and publishing.
"TMD is committed to remaining at the cutting edge of media, entertainment, and broadcast technologies," said
Moving digital media is unavoidable and as media sizes and digital delivery increase exponentially, traditional methods of file transfer have become noticeably slower and unreliable particularly over geographically diverse locations. However, FileCatalyst's unique, patent pending UDP-based protocol that is immune to network impairments such as latency and packet loss, accelerates file transfers regardless of size or format, resulting in transfers that take minutes instead of hours or days.
"We are pleased to be a part of TMD's Mediaflex media asset management system," said Unlimi-Tech's Vice President of Business Development,
TMD will be demonstrating the full capabilities of Mediaflex at BroadcastAsia 2014 on Stand 5E4-05 and will also be presenting "How to successfully implement a real-time, file-based workflow" at the
FileCatalyst will be discussing new product updates at BroadcastAsia 2014 in booth 5B2-O2 from
About TransMedia Dynamics
TMD is a global leader focused on designing and delivering media and content management solutions and associated services to the global media, broadcast, and archive sectors. Headquartered in
Telephone: +44 1296 745080
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