Ownzones Entertainment Technologies is partnering with AWS at IBC2019 to demonstrate how its technologies are enabling content owners, programmers and operators to utilise cloud workflows to manage and distribute content.
From the AWS stand, 5.C80, and for the first time at IBC, Ownzones will present its AI-driven content library tool, FrameDNA, and showcase how it can help content owners and broadcasters store and augment their libraries for different markets. The company will also showcase its leadership in IMF workflows with demonstrations of its cloud-native video supply chain platform Connect, and its customized white-label app solution, Discover.
“As the media and entertainment industry moves away from a reliance on on-premise workflows and understands the efficiencies and cost savings that cloud-native workflows bring, Ownzones is primed to guide the industry through the process,” said Dan Goman, CEO, Ownzones.
“There’s a reason why IMF workflows are becoming the defacto standard for content supply chains and we’re looking forward to showcasing how our solutions are already achieving operational gains to a European audience.”
Additionally, at IBC2019,Ownzones is partnering with the DPP as a co-sponsor of its IMF Breakfast Briefing on Friday 13 September, where Ownzones Chief Technology Officer Aaron Sloman will join a roundtable with Amazon to discuss IMF and how Ownzones customers have been adopting it. Ownzones is also participating in the association’s educational IMF Tour. Sloman is also taking to the stage for an IMF User Group session on Saturday 14 September entitled ‘IMF 101’, discussing use cases and technology underlying the IMF standard.