Bitcentral to showcase Live Guide To-Go and Fusion Hybrid Storage solutions at NAB Show 2022

Bitcentral Inc. will showcase its solutions Live Guide To-Go and Fusion Hybrid Storage Solution at NAB Show 2022, booth W5100.

Live Guide To-Go is a channel management tool and application SDK for creating an Electronic Program Guide (EPG) in 3rd party applications.

The solution provides channel management of digital linear feeds from Bitcentral’s own Fuel platform or Free Ad-Supported TV (FAST) channel vendors. The Live Guide To-Go SDK and CMS suite were originally developed by Powr.tv, a company recently acquired by Bitcentral.

“Live Guide To-Go provides a highly valuable solution to publishers who are looking to drive consumer engagement and dramatically increase video content volume, without the heavy lifting or cost of building a whole new platform or producing original video content. Bitcentral customers also get the powerful combined benefits of FUEL + Powr.tv to create FAST channels from VOD assets with dynamic automated content assembly capabilities,” comments Greg Morrow, General Manager, Streaming Media Group.

Fusion Hybrid Storage Solution updates the tools used to deliver the broadcast content services of its on-premise Oasis solution, including archive, asset management and sharing. Fusion has been built to leverage the scaling and cost efficiencies of cloud-based resources. It adds to the cost efficiencies of scale offered by Bitcentral’s suite of cloud-based services, including its Oasis Central and FUEL + Powr.tv content management and distribution platform for OTT.

“At Bitcentral we pride ourselves on our dedication to continuous innovation and product development to improve the efficiencies of our customers, and Fusion HSS is a great example of this. It’s been three years in the making and that period coincides with a long absence from NAB Show, so we couldn’t be happier to be returning to Las Vegas this month to debut the solution,” concludes Sam Peterson, COO, Bitcentral.

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