Borneo Cloud

Media-Alliance at IBC 2014 booth 8.B71  


Media-Alliance to show at IBC 2014 its proven MAM and Media Workflow product suite and a preview of its next generation, cloud ready BORNEO product suite.  

Media-Alliance, a leading supplier of media asset management (MAM) and media workflow solutions, announces today that at IBC2014 it will be showing not only its highly successful current range of products, but also the first release of its next generation BORNEO product suite.

BORNEO (Born New) combines over 20 years of MAM experience and expertise, the latest advances in AVIT and web technology, and Media-Alliance’s renowned innovation to produce a single integrated and modular solution that simplifies media operations, streamlines productivity and improves efficiency. Complying with the new AMWA FIMS standards and utilising HTML-5, BORNEO offers frame accurate media operations from web clients designed for use on next generation tablets such as the iPAD and is ready for cloud operation. BORNEO has optional applications for MAM, Newsroom, User Management, Content Processing, Media and Business Workflow Management, Metadata Management, Quality Checking, Media Editing and Content Delivery.

To anyone who has experience of MAM solutions or media operations, visit our IBC booth and experience how advanced and user-friendly our current products are, and have a preview of how truly beautiful and elegant our new BORNEO product suite is going to be. BORNEO continues our mission of simplifying MAM installation, operation and support, and providing our customers with the unique tools and workflows to enable them to focus on being more creative and maximising the value of their media assets.

Media-Alliance will be at IBC 2014 booth 8.B71 with staff available to demonstrate each of the current product portfolio and especially BORNEO.


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