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Visit us at IBC 2009

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

Following on from the succesful demonstration of the Avatar-m systems earlier this year, we will be attending IBC 2009 in Amsterdam.

Here we will be showing our latest technology and the improvements we’ve made since our last public demonstration.

If you have an interest in our technology, or wish to see what Avatar-m can do for your archives and storage systems then come along and pay us a visit at  stand A 08e in Hall 7  (Map availailable here).

Film Launched

Friday, April 17th, 2009

We’re delighted to be able to show our new promotional film for the project here for the first time. Available to view on the Public Documents page, and hosted on Vimeo, our film introduces the business and technical challenges we’re seeking to address with the project, and technical experts from across the consortium outline the innovations they are bringing to the effort.  We’d like to thank the guys at Milo Creative for their efforts on the film and designing the web site for us too.

Avatar-M Promo film, NAB 2009 from Ant Miller on Vimeo.

We’ll have DVDs of the film available on stand SU7325, and the full HD version showing too (we hope!).

New Web Site launched

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

Welcome to the brand new Avatar-M website, launched to coincide with our appearance at the NAB Show in Las Vegas, USA. In this website we hope to give you a good overview of the business needs we are addressing, and the technologies we’ve developed to meet the challenges.  There are White Papers and other guides to download, and we’ll soon have a copy of our promotional video available too.

At NAB the project will be displaying our first generation demonstration systems on stand SU7325.  In this first iteration of the demonstrator you’ll be able to see how our systems can ingest and manage large volume data storage over disparate platforms, and we hope to demonstrate integration with broadcast standard editing equipment and workflows.

If you’re interested in exploring the future of large scale A/V archival we’d be delighted to discuss how we can cooperate in the future.