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Discussing AI on Digital Production BUZZ

Had a great time on Larry Jordan’s show last week; we explored topics around AI adoption in the media industry, and why machine learning and artificial intelligence make such a huge difference to how media can be searched, understood and … Continue reading

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connectr launches at IBC – great response!

We launched our new product, connectr™, last week at IBC and the feedback and early orders we received were amazing.  The product is a departure for axle ai – it’s an affordable visual tool for tying together multiple video processing … Continue reading

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Gerry Field of American Public Television at NAB

We had a phenomenal show at NAB last month, and one of the high points was this interview with me and Gerry Field, our longtime customer at American Public Television in Boston, as part of the NABShow Live series.  We … Continue reading

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A night at the Opera

I was thrilled to visit one of our customers, the National Opera and Ballet of the Netherlands, late in January.  They have a modern building which includes a large theater (capacity 1,600), rehearsal areas and technical facilities for video capture … Continue reading

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Digital Production BuZZ Features axle ai

Larry Jordan’s renowned podcast series recently featured our CEO, Sam Bogoch – you can listen to the interview or read the transcript here.  The segment with sam starts at the 40:00 mark.  Larry has a unique ability to dig into … Continue reading

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Great Writeup of axle on Broadcast Beat

Broadcast Beat’s Curtis Chan recently did an article on our company and products. Check it out… really sums up what makes axle different.

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Now this is interesting…

IBM and Sony announced new 330 terabyte prototype tape media this week.  You can read the full details at Ars Technica – they’ve achieved densities of 200 gigabytes per inch!  We and our customers can’t wait for these kinds of storage … Continue reading

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