ICE & Morpheus Multiscreen Delivery Application note (GVB-1-0715A-EN-AN) File size: 1.2 MB, posted May 08 2018 The demands of delivering content onto many new viewing platforms are causing a proliferation of systems for the broadcaster to manage. However, you can reduce the complexity for your engineering and operations teams by unifying live streaming services under the control of ICE channel-in-a-box as well as Morpheus playout automation from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand.
Now you can ensure services are always in sync by maintaining only one master schedule instead of multiple, parallel systems. This provides the seamless experience viewers expect today and prevents potential customer complaints.
Morpheus Automation: Scalable Playout Automation for Multichannel and Multiscreen Environments Datasheet (GVB-1-0727A-EN-DS) File size: 2.6 MB, posted Apr 06 2018 Morpheus Automation is capable of scaling from small, single-channel systems up to very large systems, but always with the greatest reliability. Its scalability is a result of a modular architecture that allows you to build the perfect system based on the services and components you need for your playout operation. Varied modes of redundancy allow any price point and functionality requirement to be met.
Morpheus & ICE Playout Solutions Playout with the Masters Datasheet (GVB-1-0710A-EN-DS) File size: 1.5 MB, posted Apr 02 2019 From simple playout operations to highly complex multichannel environments, Morpheus and ICE from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, offer flexible and reliable solutions to smeet the demands of a shifting media and broadcast industry.
Playout Business Continuity using Morpheus and ICE Deployed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Technical Brief (TB-PUB-2-0906A-EN) File size: 655.1 KB, posted Apr 02 2020 There are many reasons why running a playout system within the public cloud is attractive: hosting short-term "popup" channels, for example, where you only pay for channels when they are being used, or a disaster recovery system designed to offer business continuity when the main site is compromised. A facility might be compromised by a force majeure (e.g., flooding, fire, prolonged electrical outage), and thus cannot be operated by staff. Or there may be a case where the main facility is fully operational but staff cannot be on site due to unsafe or hazardous conditions. A scenario where staff cannot be on site lends itself to using a system hosted in the public cloud which can be accessed from any location that has an internet connection.
Morpheus and ICE Deployment on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Technical Brief (GVB-1-0809A-EN-TB) File size: 1.4 MB, posted Apr 02 2019 When broadcasters look at renewing their playout infrastructure or assessing alternative business models, the public cloud is often a focus. Whether for primary playout, disaster recovery, or short-term 'pop-up' channels, the public cloud has a place in the broadcaster's armory of possible solutions.
Morpheus UX from Grass Valley: posted May 21 2020In this video we discuss and demonstrate how, from a remote location, you can use the Morpheus UX web based UI to operate your Morpheus/ICE system. In this demonstration the Morpheus/ICE system is hosted in AWS and is being operated over the public Internet from a home location.
Morpheus Automation: Scalable Playout Automation for Multichannel and Multiscreen Environments webpage (web-morpheus_automation.x) Morpheus Automation is capable of scaling from small, single-channel systems up to very large systems, but always with the greatest reliability. Its scalability is a result of a modular architecture that allows you to build the perfect system based on the services and components you need for your playout operation. Varied modes of redundancy allow any price point and functionality requirement to be met.
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