Tedial’s enhanced smartWork a step closer to composable technology
Tedial will be showcasing its smartWork cloud-native, NoCode Media Integration Platform, which is now equipped with a suite of Package Business Capabilities (PBCs), at NAB 2023 next month.
According to Tedial, the enhancement is the media and entertainment (M&E) industry’s first PBC solution, and was designed to bring broadcasters closer to the cloud and enable the composable enterprise, a modular approach that leverages existing digital capabilities to create new products and services.
At booth W3959, visitors can check out its smartPackages, a set of PBC modules capable of streamlining the processes of different business units including news, content delivery, post production, archive and Interoperable Master Format (IMF).
PBCs are reusable software components that provide the key building blocks of a composable enterprise, and can be used to create best-of-breed solutions in many verticals.
In the M&E industry, PBCs represent self-contained units that solve a specific problem, such as localisation, content delivery, and post production. PBCs function without external dependencies, or the need for direct external access to data.
Tedial’s CTO, Julián Fernández-Campón, explained, “After the successful launch of smartWork in 2022, we are delighted to be back at NAB with an enhanced and expanded version of the platform featuring smartPackages, a set of PBC modules that reflect our roots in IT.
“This is the first and only solution capable of moving the world of PBCs into M&E with tools that tie directly to the business team’s needs by simplifying the creation and deployment of best-of-breed solutions.”Find out more at the NAB Show, which is taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from April 16-19.