Cantemo, a provider of next-generation media management solutions, is to showcase its hybrid-cloud media management platform, iconik, at NAB 2018, along with the latest version of Cantemo Portal, its flagship media asset management solution.
This last year has been a bit of a whirlwind for Cantemo with launches, awards and tradeshows galore. Project Phoenix for ITV, a joint project with NMR, CodeMill, Pixel Power & Vidisipne, was shortlisted for an IBC Innovation Award and Cantemo Portal was nominated for a Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Award. We have also had business success at home, being nominated a Di Gasell company as one of Sweden’s fastest growing, and listed on Deloitte Sweden’s Technology Fast 50 list.
Video itself is one of the most powerful mediums of communication. Even since the time of black and white television sets, every evolution of video has seen the format boom in popularity, triggering further developments in tech and innovative uses of the format. Consider the modern media management sector, a whole ever-evolving industry built around the management of one thing: video assets.
As we near the end of 2017, it feels great to say Cantemo has yet again been recognised by Deloitte as one of Sweden’s fastest growing technology companies for the second year running!
If you have been following the news today, you may well have seen that our longstanding partner, Vidispine, has been acquired by Arvato Systems. Firstly, I would like to congratulate the Vidispine team. I have had the pleasure of working with them for a number of years and I know that this is the result of a lot of hard work and some great developments from them, which ultimately made Vidispine an extremely attractive proposition for Arvato.
Sweden: the home of Volvo, Ikea, Spotify and Cantemo of course! Our country has a rich heritage of successful, multinational companies, known all around the world for their quality of innovation.
Every organisation producing video is different, and this is something we can confirm with absolute certainty thanks to years of experience in the media management industry. But this means what they need from a media management solution will also be drastically different.
The Cloud has become a hot topic of conversation in the storage world lately. It offers a new level of flexibility, allowing content providers to store and manage much more content cost-effectively, undictated by the amount of on-premise space available. Hybrid setups are slowly becoming what could be considered the best of both worlds; offering the elasticity of the cloud, with the added reassurance of on-site functionality when needed. This whitepaper aims to simplify the process of adopting a hybrid-cloud workflow by helping you to: