Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Amagi becomes international leader in cloud based channel-playout

Amagi, the leader in cloud-based TV broadcast platforms has announced the opening of its sales and support office in Tokyo, Japan on November 17, 2014. The office will oversee Amagi’s progression into the Japanese TV broadcasting industry, giving TV networks in the region improved access to its path-breaking channel playout and monetization solutions.
The office in Tokyo will be managed by Shunsuke Matsuda, former Executive Technology Officer for Future Strategies at Panasonic. Matsuda commented “The office creates a range of opportunities for Amagi Japan and has great potential to further deepen our engagements with the Japanese broadcasting industry.”
Amagi uses cloud-based technologies to launch new TV channels, manage the entire channel playout, localize content and targeted advertisements on traditional as well as OTT platforms. Amagi’s platforms deliver 99.99% broadcast SLAs at nearly half the costs over a traditional set up whilst being reliable, flexible and cost effective.
“Japan is a key market for us and our expansion into the region is a testament to the growing confidence of TV networks in our platforms and technology. It presents us with a tremendous opportunity to work with local broadcasters to positively impact their operational efficiencies and create more avenues for channel monetization.” said Baskar Subramanian, co-founder, Amagi.
The company works with both large and niche TV networks globally, with over 1,000 installations in 10 countries.

Sourcehttp://cablequest.org/news/technology-news/item/6125-amagi-becomes-international-leader-in-cloud-based-channel-playout.html

Source: http://cablequest.org/news/technology-news/item/6125-amagi-becomes-international-leader-in-cloud-based-channel-playout.html

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