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Skyline IABM BaM Awards finalist at NAB Show 2019

Skyline Communications has been nominated for the IABM BaM Awards® 2019. This nomination is yet another prestigious endorsement for the global leading cross-vendor and cross-technology network management and orchestration platform for the media and broadcast industry. DataMiner continues to reconfirm its position and value as the only vendor-independent network management and orchestration solution available in the industry that automatically provisions, monitors and manages all aspects of PTP in an all-IP infrastructure. On top of that, the AI-powered platform extracts media flow topologies to track and analyze ST2022-6 or ST2110 video, audio and ancillary data streams, and all their IP counters in real time.

IABM BaM Awards 2019

To be selected as a finalist for the IABM BaM Awards® is an impressive accomplishment. These independent technology awards are widely recognized as the industry standard for broadcast and media innovation and aim to put technological excellence that delivers true business benefits in the spotlight.

“It’s always a great pleasure to be acknowledged as a game changer in the industry, so we were very happy to hear that Skyline was shortlisted for the IABM BaM Awards®,” commented Thomas Gunkel, Market Director Broadcast at Skyline Communications. “DataMiner is the only NMS and OSS platform on the market that truly leverages state-of-the-art big data and artificial intelligence technology. The new DataMiner PTP Management and ST2110 Media Flow Tracking solution addresses real use cases and challenges in the broadcast industry and has already been deployed in real SMPTE-ST2110-based projects across the globe. Furthermore, DataMiner Augmented Operation, powered by AI, shapes an entirely new operational experience and enables operators to manage their operation in a proactive and future-proof manner. Adapting to change without manual maintenance or difficult and complex setup, that’s what it’s all about in today’s and tomorrow’s ecosystems.”