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Dalet Ingest-to-Production and Distribution Cloud Workflows

Dalet, the provider of technology and service solutions for media-rich organisations, is set to unveil its new hyper-scalable multichannel IP ingest solution, Dalet InStream, and the recently launched multimedia web-based editor, Dalet Cut, at IBC2023 (stand 7.B45). These cloud-native SaaS solutions are designed to optimise operational efficiency and cost savings. This introduction means end-to-end workflows in the cloud can be executed seamlessly across Dalet Pyramid-powered news operations and the range of Dalet Flex media workflows.

IBC2023 attendees will have the opportunity to experience Dalet’s suite of news operations and media workflow solutions, including Dalet InStream and Dalet Cut, the Dalet Flex platform and Dalet Pyramid modules, Dalet AmberFin for high-quality transcoding and media processing, and the Dalet Brio application for high-density ingest and playout.

“Our commitment is to provide innovative workflow solutions that cater to our customers’ ever-changing production and distribution needs. As the industry gears up for a year filled with major events and continuous transformation through streaming and diverse content offerings, we’ve reimagined our solutions to address these challenges. Our latest cloud solutions empower our customers to scale operations, predict and manage budgets, and significantly cut down infrastructure costs,” remarked Robin Kirchhoffer, CMO at Dalet.

Dalet Media Ecosystem

Dalet’s suite of cloud-native SaaS solutions enable businesses to seamlessly connect and streamline all their media operations for unparalleled operational efficiency. Anchored by the Dalet Flex  media asset management and workflow platform, Dalet solutions feature a user-friendly web-based interface, granting users the ability to access and utilise tools and assets from any location. This results in accelerated workflows for content creation and delivery.

Dalet InStream

Dalet continues to invest in its IP and SDI ingest solutions, redefining how customers can capture content at scale. Complementing the high-density Dalet Brio on-premises ingest and playout platform, Dalet InStream’s elastic IP ingest workflows can significantly reduce the costs of capturing live events and producing near-live content in the cloud. This is particularly timely as broadcasters and media organisations prepare for the 2024 lineup of global events, including the Olympics and key elections.

Key features and benefits include:

  • Dynamic scaling of ingest capabilities based on immediate needs, paving the way for expanded opportunities.
  • Remote access to ingest, streamlining multi-site operations and enabling faster workflows with growing file support.
  • Reduced total cost of ownership while maintaining broadcast-quality capture and formats.
  • Centralised operations with a user-friendly interface that manages both IP and on-premises SDI ingest, when combined with Dalet Brio.
  • Support for a wide range of broadcast feed formats, including SRT, NDI, or RTMP, and the ability to ingest live content from the field.

Dalet Cut

Dalet Cut, the fastest editor for news and media workflows, offers live web-based editing from any location with native access to all assets. New at IBC, Dalet Cut enhances media workflows within Dalet Flex and Dalet Pyramid, allowing for quick content creation, distribution, and editing.

More Dalet Updates and Enhancements

Alongside the introduction of new SaaS solutions, Dalet will unveil enhancements across its entire product lineup. These updates empower customers to refine their workflows and reduce costs for news productions, media supply chain, production asset management, or archive requirements.

“Our latest offerings present new opportunities for our clients to produce more content and better engage with their audience,” stated Mathieu Zarouk, VP Product Management at Dalet.

Visit https://www.dalet.com/events/ibc/

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