Ahead of next weekâ€™s National Association of Broadcasters convention (NAB), Technicolor is unveiling a cloud-based media storage service designed to support content owners, aggregators and distributors in their shift from physical to digital media.
Technicolor developed its Media Storage Service (TMSS) with enterprise storage and data management company NetApp, which manages the product.
The new service offers a â€śpay-as-you-goâ€ť pricing model, allowing customers to scale storage to meet demand fluctuations, and avoid over-investing in off-peak periods.With TMSS, Technicolor says,Â customers can provision the storage they need in days instead of weeks, accelerating completion of projects. The service is integrated with MediAffinity, Technicolorâ€™s digital content management and a access platform.
Technicolor plans to demonstrate the TMSS solution at the NetApp booth of the NAB convention, which is set to commence in Las Vegas on April 11.
Separately, Technicolor announced that UK film distributor Momentum Pictures recently utilized the companyâ€™s 3D quality analysis service, Certifi3D, for the UK release of Wes Craven horror title â€śMy Soul To Take.â€ť The company is also demonstrating the Certifi3D service at NAB.