Register Now for an Important FREE Interactive Webcast on Media Management
Join us on September 19th, 2012 at 11:00am PDT
By PVC News Staff | September 11, 2012
As a media professional, you're certainly aware of how complex the world of media production and distribution has become. With the advent of multiple platforms, sources and distribution channels, that complexity has only intensified. Best-of-breed media processes demand rigorous support from ever-more intelligent infrastructures that can carry policy-prescribed operations based not only on an asset's metadata but the intrinsic characteristics of the asset itself.
In short, you need to smarten up your infrastructure. A media-aware infrastructure can simplify workflows and complement your human team, reducing costs and minimizing the possibility of errors.
Join us for this interactive, information-packed session that will cover the best practices you need to know to transform your infrastructure into a valuable "member" of your production team. It's presented by Luis E. Estrada, Solution Marketing Manager, Post-Production, at Harmonic, Inc. He brings more than 30 years of experience in large applications development, network architecture, project management and IT consulting for such major corporations as IBM, the Olympics and Asia/Pacific.
This FREE webcast will be held Wednesday, September 19, 2012, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT. Space is limited, so be sure to register now!
Presenter: Luis E. Estrada - Solution Marketing Manager, Post-Production, Harmonic, Inc.
Luis Estrada started his 30-year career as an IT professional at IBM Corporation, responsible for large applications development, network architecture, project management, and IT consulting. In 1991, IBM assigned him to the Olympics project where he led the development and deployment of IT technologies to support broadcasters, international sports federations and the press. In 1998, Mr. Estrada assumed responsibilities for IBM digital media solutions for the broadcasting and sports industries for Asia/Pacific, based in Tokyo, Japan. In January 1999, he relocated to Atlanta, Georgia and assumed global responsibilities for IBM's solutions for broadcasting and post-production. He left IBM in February 2009 to join FilmPartners B.V. a Dutch company in the process of developing a virtualization and workflow management engine for post-production. As a Global Business Development Executive for FilmPartners he led the adoption of Harmonic technologies for the innovative media solution.
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