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Global content services provider TVT/DMC has announced that all 87 channels from its former facility are now operating from its new Amsterdam facility.

tvtdmc 19sep2017The all-IP platform officially launched in June 2017 and is said to enable TVT/DMC to commission and deliver new channels to market in a matter of hours instead of weeks. The move is said to achieve the company’s vision to deliver Europe’s first fully operational, virtualised private broadcast cloud in less than two years.

TVT/DMC boasts that its platform offers its customers – such as A+E Networks, AMC Networks, FOX Networks Group, Liberty Global, Scripps Networks Interactive and Sony Pictures – unprecedented flexibility, scale and capacity, extending the type and quality of services available. The platform gives TVT/DMC the ability to accelerate time to market, reduce hardware requirements and maintain full control over their content. It also provides pop-up channels for market testing and companion channels for special events on OTT platforms. The platform was enabled by a number of key partners including Pebble Beach Systems, Cisco, Equinix, Red Hat, Super Micro and VMware.

“This is a landmark achievement for our newly united company and a true technological feat that reflects our team’s strong vision and desire to realise an all-IP, cloud enabled world,” said TVT/DMC chief executive Ian Brotherston. “As first movers in this area, we are incredibly proud of our pioneering platform and the opportunity to take an exciting new approach to media management and playout.”