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From A to Z, MESA Members Bringing Their Best to NAB

More than 40 members of the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) will be on hand at the 2017 NAB Show, April 22-27 in Las Vegas, sharing the latest solutions in digital asset management, content security, clouds technology and content delivery.

Here’s a brief look at what’s new at the show:

5th Kind will debut a new version of its DAM application.

Accenture will share its solutions to respond to shifting customer behaviors.

Adobe will share its latest advancements within the media and entertainment space.

Advantage Video Systems will share its latest system integration solutions.

ANG Digital will share the latest with its cloud-based Generat.IO avails platform.

Applicaster plans on sharing the latest with its SaaS platform for TV and media apps.

Aspera will introduces a major expansion of its Aspera Files SaaS.

Crawford Media Services will tout its digital migration offerings.

Dell EMC will share media creation, production management, and content delivery solutions.

Deluxe will offer its solutions for managing release windows and handling new tech challenges.

Dolby will share its next-gen audio and imaging experiences for home and mobile.

EIDR will present new use cases for unique identifiers with content partners (Warner Bros.) and distributors (Google Play).

FilmTrack will have the latest updates to its rights management platform.

Fortium will highlight the importance of encryption at-rest.

G-Technology will highlight its latest storage solutions.

GrayMeta’s big data and metadata platform will be showcased.

HGST will put its media asset storage solutions up front.

IBM will unlock data hidden throughout business processes and service offerings.

Independent Security Evaluators will tackle cyber security in the M&E space.

MarkLogic will tout how it is fueling some of today’s biggest entertainment applications.

Media Science International will debut the result of its latest server side forensic watermarking service partnership.

Mediamorph will share its cloud-based content supply chain for M&E companies.

MediaSilo will showcase its secure video sharing solutions.

Microsoft will have its cloud computing, storage and DAM solutions on hand.

NeuLion’s 4K, OTT and overall video delivery solutions will be front and center.

NexGuard will share the latest advances in forensic watermarking technology and solutions.

Ooyala will showcase the breadth of its video solutions for M&E companies.

OpenText’s Media Management Cloud Edition DAM systems will be on display.

Oracle’s full suite of media and entertainment solutions will be showcased.

PricewaterhouseCoopers will host its annual NAB reception.

Prime Focus Technologies will unveil IMF support as part of its flagship, CLEAR Media ERP.

Qumulo will share the latest with its modern scale-out storage solutions.

RSG Media will release a new solution under its flagship product Media Mantra.

Signiant will launch three major platform advances.

Sohonet will debut new collaborations to help empower content creators.

Sony DADC New Media Solutions is located within the AWS/Elemental booth.

Source Digital plans to share the latest with its SourceSync.io platform.

Tata Communications will share its latest M&E offerings at the Wynn.

Technicolor will bring numerous voices to NAB on the latest in immersive home entertainment experiences.

TiVo will debut Studio, Broadcast and Network Metadata Packages for content owners.

Verizon Digital Media Services will unveil its cloud-based “content intelligence system.”

Vistex will share new offerings for availability reporting and broadcast scheduling integration.

Vubiquity plans on sharing the latest with its video management platform solutions.

Wazee Digital will highlight the abilities of its Wazee Digital Core asset management solution.

You.i TV is demoing its new cross-platform VOD and TV Everywhere services.

ZOO Digital will launch a new cloud-based dubbing platform.

CDSA is producing NAB’s new “Cyber Security and Content Protection Pavilion”