- Built on the foundation of the Piksel Palette, the new Fuse Metadata product consolidates and enriches metadata
- Piksel products demonstrate the success of a micro-services architecture approach as Palette takes centre stage at IBC 2016
NEW YORK, NY, July 27, 2016 – Piksel, a global leader in building successful online video businesses, is highlighting the newly launched Piksel Fuse Metadata™ solution at this year’s IBC show in Amsterdam.
Built on the foundation of the Piksel Palette, an end-to-end solution developed using a micro-services architecture (MSA) platform, the new Fuse Metadata product consolidates, enriches and augments metadata across both broadcast and OTT workflows. It also uses natural language processing, semantic search, image analysis and machine-learning technologies to create proprietary metadata on a scene-by-scene basis.
Fabrice Hamaide, President, Piksel said: “In today’s highly competitive market there’s a drive to deliver the best user experience, including a focus on improving the content discovery process. As a result, metadata is playing an increasingly important role and will continue to shape discovery, even influencing the actual content creation journey in the future. Improving metadata creates value on every level – from enabling new monetization opportunities to attracting new customers with the enhanced content discovery capabilities and broadening out catalogue utilisation.”
Piksel Fuse Metadata’s advanced analysis tools will automatically generate consistent, deep metadata across a customer’s entire catalogue and will be tailored specifically towards their service, content and viewer needs.
“For broadcasters and OTT providers there is a continued quest for competitive advantage. By using rich metadata to improve the customer experience, allowing viewers to search for specific themes or scenes, our customers can improve audience engagement and retention, as well as gain significant competitive edge.”
Piksel Fuse Metadata is built on the company’s flagship platform, the Piksel Palette, which through its modularity and flexibility helps the company deliver the best, most appropriate technology solutions that are tailored to customer needs.
Piksel executives will be present at IBC 2016 to showcase the latest product developments and discuss the ever-important issues of monetization of content, reaching new audiences, how businesses can expand their digital footprint, and the role the Palette can play in building a sustainable video business.
For further information, or to see an exclusive demo, book a meeting with the Piksel team http://info.piksel.com/ibc2016.
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Piksel has been building successful online video businesses for over a decade. Our offering of professional and managed services is underpinned by the Piksel Palette’s SaaS-based infrastructure. It’s this recipe, combined with our commitment to creating mutually beneficial partnerships that enable our media and entertainment clients to prosper in today’s video market.
Piksel’s unrivaled expertise is in designing, building and managing online video solutions for the likes of AT&T, Sky, Channel 4, Liberty Global, Mediaset, OSN and Transavia. Headquartered in New York City, Piksel offices can be found throughout Europe and the Americas.
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