Net Insight and Grass Valley take cloud and IP media delivery workflows to the next level.
Net Insight, provider of media transport and resource scheduling, has joined the GV Media Universe (GVMU) Alliance, Grass Valley’s ecosystem of qualified partners that aims to enable media organisations to leverage the power of the cloud to deliver more content easily and efficiently.
Net Insight’s platforms are designed to bring media delivery solutions for cloud, IP, and virtualized networks, allowing broadcast industry players to create frictionless, high-quality, low-latency live video workflows.
Net Insight’s hyper-scale cloud media delivery platform Nimbra Edge, ensures synchronization and is the industry-first to support all major industry re-transmission (ARQ) standards (RIST, SRT, Zixi), enabling service providers to deploy any mix of private, hybrid, or public cloud networks without being locked into any particular vendor or technology.
Net Insight offers a scalable, open, and standards-based video infrastructure enabling media organisations to spin new channels and workflows up or down in minutes and deliver content in any format. Net Insight’s Media Pro Application, a fully programmable, adaptable, and scalable virtualized media function enables high data volumes of ST 2022 and ST 2110 IP video, audio and data to be demanding live events and production workflows.
Net Insight and Grass Valley have already worked closely as technology alliance partners across a range of customers such as Globo TV, LinkedIn, and Red Bee Media, delivering cloud-based live video and remote production workflows, as well as, an uncompressed and secure restricted delivery of approved IP media between operation centres on the 100GE wide area network, using its IP Media Trust Boundary feature which controls which IP media traffic is allowed to pass.
Speaking about the partnership, Crister Fritzson, Net Insight CEO, said: “Grass Valley has been a valuable solution partner for years and we’re excited to move our collaboration forward by joining the Grass Valley Media Universe. We both share a common vision — to support the broadcasting industry’s transition to innovative cloud and distributed workflows that will revolutionise content delivery and viewing experiences. Our market-leading, fully open solution portfolios are the perfect fit for Grass Valley’s ecosystem of cloud-based tools, services, and pre-qualified solutions that aim to change how live media is produced.”
Sydney Lovely, Chief Technology Officer at Grass Valley, added: “We’re excited to see Net Insight joining our ever-growing Grass Valley Media Universe. Together, we’re committed to delivering the most innovative solutions that support the media industry’s transition to a cloud-first software-based future. Net Insight’s open and standards-based cloud and IP solutions bring mission-critical capabilities and add to the interoperability of our partner ecosystem.”