Imagen wins IABM Content and Communication Infrastructure Award at IBC

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    Imagen wins IABM Content and Communication Infrastructure Award at IBC

    Imagen’s Global Distribution Network feature was the recipient of the IABM Content and Communication Infrastructure Award at this year’s IBC Show in Amsterdam.

    A panel of 40 independent, highly-experienced industry professionals were tasked with assessing a wide range of broadcast and media technologies. They remarked that the key innovation was Imagen’s ability to maximize value from customers’ content while leveraging public cloud infrastructure to reduce operational costs.

    “Many distribution systems exist, but not as versatile. Clearly an innovation and corresponding exactly to the actual trend and demands of the media industry.”
    IABM Awards 2016 Judging Panel

    Imagen’s Global Distribution Network brings broadcast quality content closer to high importance clients by automatically replicating large libraries of media to any number of strategic locations using public cloud infrastructure. Imagen allows content owners to fully realize the commercial value of their content and expand their markets overseas – delivering a vast library of archive or near-live content to new audiences in new territories.

    Ian Mottashed, VP Marketing, Imagen Ltd,  “We’re delighted to receive such a fantastic accolade. Imagen helps companies of all sizes and industries to preserve and monetize their ever growing media libraries on a global scale – delivering a vast library of archive or near-live content to new audiences in new territories.”

    Ian Mottashed

    Ian Mottashed

    Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

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