Media and Broadcasting

IOA® Rolls Out the Red Carpet for Entertainment Media Cloud Ecosystem

April 30, 2021

Explore a new, interconnection-driven paradigm that helps media and entertainment companies improve media content creation, management and distribution workflows — all at reduced costs.

See how IOA®) 'shortens the distance' by placing IT and interconnection at the edge, closer to where media content is created and distributed.

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IGN Entertainment

IGN Entertainment is the leading Internet media company focused on the video game and entertainment enthusiast markets. Incorporated in 1999, IGN's first website launched in 1996. It is now the top-ranked site in comScore's gaming site category and runs one of the biggest YouTube content channels, a daily edition on Snapchat Discover, social media channels that are followed by more than 22 million users, as well as apps across all major mobile and console platforms.

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Sony Highlights its Evolution as a “Creative Entertainment Company with a Solid Foundation of Technology” at CES 2020

whitePaper | January 21, 2020

Sony seeks to deliver products, content, and services that resonate with people and affect a positive impact on society, based on its Purpose to "fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology." Sony Corporation President & CEO Kenichiro Yoshida spoke at the Sony press conference held ahead of the exhibition's public opening, stating that "Creativity is a powerful driving force that moves Sony forward. When it is combined with our technology, it is unstoppable." He then proceeded to introduce Sony's latest offerings and new developments from our electronics and entertainment businesses.

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The Media, Entertainment and Culture Industry’s Response and Role in a Society in Crisis

whitePaper | June 3, 2021

COVID-19 continues to unfold with a profound shock across the media industry. At extraordinary speed, it has disrupted supply and demand, workforce and business operations, monetization, the industry ecosystem, and the emotional and physical health of the industry's community. The first priorities have been to adapt to ensure business continuity and support society, workers, and customers.

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media kit 2020 - Business Transformation

whitePaper | March 13, 2020

Business transformation is an all-encompassing term, referring to organisations embarking on a path of innovation. On a granular level we can identify with the organisation successfully adopting digital technologies to rebuild a business model, existing in a particular industry, and influencing an extended ecosystem or even society with its disruptive offerings of products and services. Transformed organisations drive fundamental shifts across their markets and even peripheral ones, either intentionally or as a result of their spreading influence.

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ENGINEERING NEXT-GENERATION DIGITAL PRODUCTS

whitePaper | June 7, 2022

Software is rapidly becoming the foundation for most of the ways we work, live and play — a trend known as “softwarization.” Software isn’t new, of course. But what’s changed is the degree to which it determines a product’s user experience, revenue opportunities, longevity, competitiveness, market differentiation and more. Softwarization enables products to become “smart,” connected and even autonomous — capabilities that they didn’t have when software was a limited part of their DNA. For example, passenger vehicles and trucks have relied on software for decades to keep their engines running properly and efficiently. With softwarization, they now can drive themselves and upload granular information about the health and performance of every key component, helping avoid expensive breakdowns.

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5G cloud gaming

whitePaper | August 24, 2022

North American communications service providers have invested substantially in 5G networks to enable multiple use cases, leveraging capabilities like network slicing and edge computing. As service providers seek to monetize 5G in the short term, cloud gaming, the technology that allows subscribers to play games anywhere and from any device, presents a new and exciting opportunity to drive revenue growth.

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2022 media & entertainment industry outlook

whitePaper | June 10, 2022

In 2021, the media & entertainment industry saw continued changes from technological progress, evolving generational behaviors, and ongoing impacts from the global pandemic. Amid recurring COVID-19 surges, people sought more media & entertainment at home, while often avoiding larger in-person events.1 Digital media engagement even remained strong over the healthier summer, evidence that the pandemic has only accelerated preexisting trends toward the digital world.

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IGN Entertainment

IGN Entertainment is the leading Internet media company focused on the video game and entertainment enthusiast markets. Incorporated in 1999, IGN's first website launched in 1996. It is now the top-ranked site in comScore's gaming site category and runs one of the biggest YouTube content channels, a daily edition on Snapchat Discover, social media channels that are followed by more than 22 million users, as well as apps across all major mobile and console platforms.

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