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In the fast-paced broadcast and entertainment industry, the technology for both creating and consuming content can shift sharply and quickly. Making the right technology choices, at the right time, with well-timed implementation can mean the difference in moving your business forward or wasting a lot of time and budget fixing bad decisions, or worse, losing the business. Technology trends shaping the Broadcast and Entertainment landscape that will impact your existing infrastructure requirements include 4K workflow, Cloud collaboration, automated content transcode and distribution on a global basis.
Feeling like you are marooned on an island of Storage where content cannot be shared?
CUC can help.. More than just a data storage system integrator simply trying to make their products fit into the broadcast market, the CUC team are broadcast industry veterans. We provide media asset management and shared digital video storage for use by all departments within the broadcast plant including graphics, On Air, News and production. CUC subsystems seamlessly integrate with all the major Production systems including Apple and Avid; with Automation systems including Crispin, Harris, Sundance, Probell, Florical and more; and with On-Air servers that include Grass Valley, Leitch/Harris, Omneon, EVS, Seachange/XOR-Media, Avid and more.
Save thousands of dollars. Move digital content off of expensive video servers and into our cost-efficient archiving system.
Store millions of programs. Transfer thousands of hours of digital video to a shared digital archive for streamlined, secure storage.
Keep digital content at your fingertips. Choose your own criteria for organizing digital video storage in your archive.
Ease the transition from archive to play. Save money using CUC archival storage that is compatible with your video and automation servers.
Learn more about our new revolutionary Cloud archive offering, CloudArc
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