Case studies

  • RTE FAST Case Study

    The fundamental business case for moving to a modern, file-based architecture is common to all broadcasters. It enables the move to full HD production and playout, together with serving multiple platforms; it eases the integration of digital islands; it reduces the cost of tape administration; and it addresses the very real difficulties in continuing to source and maintain VTRs and related equipment to access the archive.

  • National Film & Sound Archive of Australia Case Study

    As the custodian of Australia's 'living' archive, The National Film and Sound Archives of Australia collects, preserves, manages, and shares over 2.3 million audiovisual assets. Broadly, an audiovisual archive is an organisation that collects, preserves, and makes accessible moving image and recorded sound heritage. This can include any or all of film, television, radio, and recorded sound formats as well as related material such as photographs, scripts, lobby cards, costumes and memorabilia.