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The Cantemo team will very shortly be heading out to Las Vegas once again for NAB. The event is always a fantastic opportunity to catch up with our partners and customers, and to hear about the newest developments in the industry. We have some exciting things planned for the show, so here’s five reasons why we think you should visit our stand! (psst, it’s #SL9024).

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Charged with acquiring and storing digital media content for Orange Content Division, Orange Prestations TV (OPTV), a subsidiary of Orange, was faced with an ever-growing library of content to manage. The on-demand content alone amounts to more than 10,000 titles. Add to that content for the group’s dedicated broadcast channels for movies and TV series, OCS and OCS Go, it was no wonder that OPTV was looking for a better way to manage and store all of that.

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The team at Cantemo, including myself, Mike Szumlinski and Henrik Janhagen, recently held a 3-day workshop offering an in-depth tutorial of our Media Asset Management system, Cantemo Portal, exclusively for North American resellers. The event was designed to expand on attendees existing knowledge, including tackling issues such as advanced troubleshooting, and high-availably deployments.

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“Hybrid Cloud” has jumped into the IT vernacular over the last few years. Hybrid Cloud solutions intelligently divide processing and data storage between on-premise and off-premise resources to maximize efficiency. Businesses seamlessly extend their data processing and data storage capabilities to the cloud enabling them to manage unusual or fluctuating demands for services. More recently businesses are utilizing cloud computing and storage resources for their day-to-day operations instead of building out their own infrastructure.

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Moving to the cloud has long since been a talking point, with the majority of media content providers realising the value of it, yet remaining reluctant to put their content on the cloud. However, we are beginning to see a number of video content providers moving towards a hybrid approach, giving them the benefits of the cloud, whilst keeping some level of on-site functionality, and the reassurance needed when it comes to security of their content.

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