IBC Newsletter September 2017

New at IBC 2017 – Pricing Models:

The days of fixed pricing, sell and forget are almost over. Pixel Power offers the ability to move from CAPEX to OPEX and take advantage of fully flexible pricing and permanent upgrades to software licences. (Oh, did I tell you that our software licences are portable too?)

Old way: CAPEX - pay outright and buy the solution up front (still available).

New way: OPEX – pay per quarter, pay per hour, pay per feature, pay per bundle. We don’t mind which way you choose to acquire our software-defined services or whether you host them on in your own facility, in a data centre or in the public cloud. Our aim is to ensure that our customers have the most flexible pricing model needed for their customers.

Join us at IBC and learn more about how Pixel Power can help your organisation transition to new software-defined business models that help you save costs and earn new revenues. Stand 7.A31

New at IBC 2017 – Technology Platforms

Pixel Power is introducing two new technology platforms at IBC2017 that deliver flexible modular feature combinations for broadcasters moving along the path to software-defined solutions that can be virtualised for the private or public cloud.

Gallium Workflow Orchestration allows broadcasters to execute workflow tasks with media content. This enables a broadcaster to automate linear channel playout, automate addition/removal of graphics, branding or logos, package content or regionalise/localise content according to business demands.

StreamMaster Media Processing enables broadcasters to execute processing functions on media content. Running on COTS hardware on-premise, in a data centre or public cloud, StreamMaster Media Processing enables authoring, transcoding, logos/graphics manipulation, content rendering, real-time master control and real-time graphics and DVE delivery.

Celebrate 30 Years of Innovation with Pixel Power Hall 7 Stand 7.A31

Yes, another birthday at IBC2017 – Thirty years and we continue to innovate. Pixel Power will always be at the cutting edge of new technology in broadcasting – it’s what we do and it’s why we exist.

Pixel Power is demonstrating live software-defined playout from our stand in Hall 7 Stand 7.A31

No smoke, no mirrors. We offer both simple and complex channel playout and highly efficient business-continuity/DR solutions, deployable today.

Experience live master control playout on the Amazon cloud with simple or sophisticated graphics and live feeds. Learn how your business can benefit from even the smallest steps to virtualisation.
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Must See Demos at IBC:

· Live Virtualizable Master Control, Automation & Playout Solutions
· Automated VOD/Catchup Publishing
· Automated Promo Versioning Workflows
· Automated Live Playout Versioning
· Clarity Production Graphics

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