Harris Broadcast Partners with Bitcentral

Bitcentral, Inc. and Harris Broadcast, a market share leader of content management and network infrastructure solutions serving the global broadcast, communication service provider, government and enterprise markets, announced integration between Bitcentral’s Oasis and Harris Broadcast’s Nexio line of servers.

Harris-colorLogo_fullGradient_1000px_wideTogether, the solutions enable simplified video discovery, management, collaboration and streamlined playout. The announcement was made today by Rick Young, Vice President of Sales and Product Strategy at Bitcentral.

“Oasis and Nexio servers meet the sophisticated needs of customers throughout the U.S. and around the world,” Young said. “Our collaboration with Harris Broadcast fits perfectly into our long-held strategy of embracing open and non-proprietary workflows that enable our customers to select the solutions that fit their specific workflow requirements.”

Oasis is a flexible archive and sharing solution designed around an on-site or cloud model that allows media producers to manage, collaborate on and archive assets. Harris Broadcast’s scalable, interoperable and open Nexio servers accelerate time-to-air and dramatically reduce the costs associated with content acquisition, production, distribution and media management. The scalability and efficiency of both products combine to build innovative media management and production workflows for broadcasters, networks and video producers of all types.

“Our Nexio servers are deployed across the globe today, and Bitcentral’s Oasis complements workflows where content owners are looking to supplement video production and playout with a media management and archiving solution,” said Tim Mendoza, Vice President of Product Development at Harris Broadcast.

For more information about these solutions, Bitcentral and Harris Broadcast will be at NAB 2014 in Las Vegas.

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