Broadcast Network Control System (BNCS+) for Media
Broadcasters are dealing with a perfect storm of market and technology-driven changes: the move to demand-led consumption, the proliferation of platforms and sources, fragmented audience tastes, managing ownership and rights for different uses, and increasingly complex advertising requirements. There’s also the need to create open environments in which systems and components from multiple vendors can interact with complete smoothness, at the highest speed to deliver excellent content where, when and how it is needed. The Atos Broadcast Network Control System+ (BNCS+) gives broadcasters new levels of agility and speed, combined with intuitive touch screens and dashboard-based interfaces. BNCS+ is a proven way to orchestrate digital transformation for Media. Watch this video to learn more:
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Why choose Atos BNCS+?
Different, better, faster: cutting cost and improve quality
Dynamically allocate production resources remotely
Ease of use
Automatic modules for simple, trouble-free use
Better ways of working without any cost penalty
Resilience by design
Meet the always-on requirements of the Digital Age
The Atos Broadcast Network Control System (BNCS+) integrates and orchestrates both physical and virtual resources and workflows, providing precise, intuitive management control within media hybrid infrastructures.
With packed programming and all the intense pressures of mixed-format live television, ITV Daytime relies on BNCS+ for its on-air transmissions to millions of viewers every day.
How to seamlessly control the entire broadcast chain, from video and audio to metadata content? Our expert Ross Atkin guides you through our BNCS+ and the use cases developed with our customers.
Control is the key with BNCS+: How smart broadcasters make the digital revolution work for them. Atos has developed BNCS+ for the fluid, agile multimedia communication world that we now all inhabit.
Way back in 2014 I wrote a blog called Twitch.tv – Mindless Entertainment or a Glimpse of the Future, asking if it made sense for people to watch others play video games (the answer was yes).
Portfolio Manager BNCS
Head of Media Practice