Load balancing for broadcast applications - Indestructible media delivery

Load balancing for broadcast applications - Indestructible media delivery

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Whether archiving, editing or streaming media, downtime is not an option for the broadcast industry. The demand for content is ever increasing and an efficient, scalable workflow for producers, curators and editors is key.

Loadbalancer.org facilitates high availability and scalable delivery for broadcast media applications. If you care about uptime, meeting increased traffic flow or simply want to perform seamless maintenance and updates, we have the solution.

Leading names in broadcast technology such as Ross Video and Evertz depend on us for applications including Media Asset Management (MAM), playout, content hosting and distribution and social media management.

One such example is MyMovies:

For us, stability is the key. The Loadbalancer.org appliances offer premium stability and they are really rock solid. We are a service business, so if my network fails, then a lot of brands on the Internet would cease to provide video for their consumers. This technology is a key part of our ability to deliver - and constantly deliver - a service to our customers and that is critical to the business.” - Paul Richards Director of Operations MyMovies

IBC - "By the industry, for the industry"

Since 1967, IBC has grown to become the most influential annual event for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of electronic media, worldwide.

The show, held in Amsterdam, attracts more than 1,700 exhibitors and a whopping 55,000+ visitors each year allowing a wealth of knowledge to be shared among the broadcast media community and industry experts.

I'll be attending IBC on the 18th September will be talking to existing partners and opening dialogues with vendors to identify what the challenges are and where we can help improve content delivery.

I'll update this blog after the show so don't forget to check back.

UPDATE: As promised, here's an update!