Object Matrix Tackles Digital Content Governance at NAB

Cardiff, 9th March 2017

Object Matrix, the leading provider of object based nearline storage to the media and entertainment industries, is to showcase its Digital Content Governance (DCG) Platform, MatrixStore, at NAB 2017.

The DCG platform is designed to assist content producers in the increasingly competitive environment in which they operate. As more and more content is being produced at higher resolutions, producers are facing a veritable deluge of data which is becoming increasingly difficult to manage.

Object Matrix’s Digital Content Governance Platform can ensure organisations have access to their content immediately as required and without delay. Not only is content more easily accessed, but it is also more secure and protected within this platform. By providing automated and integrated business continuity functionality, users are able to continue managing content even in the case of an outage.

The archive platform is also capable of ensuring access controls are strictly adhered to so the right people have access to the right content. This content can be automatically migrated thanks to MatrixStore, to ensure it is always future-proof. One example being migration to a new format.

A number of updates for Object Matrix’s web-based browser application, MatrixStore Vision, will also be announced at NAB.

Object Matrix will be exhibiting at NAB 2017, stand SL5405. Appointments with sales and technical teams can be booked by contacting Object Matrix.

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About Object Matrix

Object Matrix provides digital content governance and object storage platforms. The company was built on the philosophy that archive systems should be scalable and interoperable, as well as ensuring instant access to data and metadata. Its flagship product, MatrixStore, is an integrated object storage software solution providing protection and governance for the lifetime of any digital content. It’s used by global organisations that create, curate, and distribute video content, including NBC Universal, TV Globo, the BBC & BT.