Threads is 2x finalist in IET Innovation Awards.
We are thrilled to announce that our Threads Intelligent Message Hub has reached the finals in two categories - Intelligent Systems and Information Technology - of the Institution of Engineering Technology’s (IET) 2016 Innovation Awards. Founded in 1871, the IET is a professional body of international renown and to reach the finals from some 300 entrants from 28 countries is a major achievement for us. Results will be announced on 16th November 2016.
Archiware P5 now runs on Synology NAS devices.
Archiware is proud to announce full P5 integration with a leading manufacturer of business and personal NAS systems, Synology Inc. As of today, the Archiware P5 software suite can be installed directly on the Synology device. This allows Synology NAS system to become a client from which data can be cloned, backed up or archived by the P5 server.
Get the jump, Invest in Threads now.
We are about to embark on the first fundraising phase for the exploitation of our novel cloud-based message hub, Threads. We believe that Threads could revolutionise collaborative working and compliance for any company that uses digital messages, (eg. email and VoIP phone calls) and lets face it, that is almost every company worldwide.
JPY has created a new company, MRSL, specifically to exploit Threads which meets HMRC EIS requirements - making investments for certain types of investors highly tax efficient. If you are interested in becoming one of the early stage investors, call us on +44 208 390 8487.
Solution Highlight: Archiware P5 and StorageTek SL150
As camera formats continue to evolve to produce extremely high-resolution video assets, studio and broadcast IT administrators need a strategy to handle the exponential growth in video data. Oracle and Archiware have worked together to build and deliver a joint solution that is designed to handle the 4K formats of today and the 8K formats of tomorrow, all at a fraction of the cost of the historical disk-only solution.
By leveraging the low-cost of Oracle's StorageTek SL150 digital tape technology and the archiving software from Archiware, broadcast professionals can quickly lower storage costs while improving file access.
Threads Cloud Case study featured in prestigious IET Reference.
Earlier this year, we were delighted that a paper co-written with Kingston University was published in the prestigious professional journal IET Reference. The paper entitled “Untangling your Threads - a novel cloud computing application” describes Threads as a Cloud computing case study and some of the work in progress.
It was co-authored by JPY and Kingston University who have been working with JPY over the past 2 years on speech recognition, speaker identification and artificial intelligence aspects of Threads.
Canto release Cumulus 10.2 with Efficiency, Usability and a brand new Media Delivery Technology
With Cumulus 10.2, Canto introduce the Media Delivery Cloud for Cumulus, an innovative technology based on Amazon Web Services allowing you to manage your media renditions in a single source and distribute media files globally, across channels and devices. In addition, Cumulus 10.2 comes with improved collection management in Cumulus Portals, better metadata handling within InDesign, print templates and other exciting usability enhancements developed to simplify your daily work.
HELIOS Admin background desktop rebuilds = improved efficiency.
The new HELIOS Admin makes the 'Rebuild Desktop' and 'Rebuild Spotlight Index' options much more convenient. These rebuild options now run in the background without blocking other tasks, which means that once rebuilds have been initiated, other administrative procedures can be performed in HELIOS Admin without waiting for the rebuilds to complete. Additional enhancements to “indexsrv” make Spotlight indexing of file text content and metadata more efficient.
And Finally.. Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and the King’s New Clothes.
If you are wondering where the world is going with artificial intelligence, have a read of John Yardley’s LinkedIn opinion piece.