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Imagine Completes AWS Foundational Technical Review for Aviator Platform

Imagine Completes AWS Foundational Technical Review for Aviator Platform

Imagine Communications has successfully completed the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Foundational Technical Review (FTR) for its Aviator Make TV cloud playout solution.

Make TV is part of Imagine Aviator ― a cloud-native platform that enables broadcasters, multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs) and digital-first providers to easily plan, make and monetize ad-supported linear and connected TV (CTV) content from a unified platform.

The FTR is a technical and security evaluation, which allows products to be sold and supported in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that run on AWS.

“We have been a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN) since the very beginning of the cloud for media, and we develop according to the principles of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. Successfully completing the FTR is another key step towards widespread understanding and adoption of our ground-breaking, end-to-end Aviator platform", said Rob Malcolm, chief product officer at Imagine Communications

The FTR allows AWS Partners to identify and remediate risks in their products or solutions. Led by an AWS Partner Solutions Architect, the FTR process provides specific guidelines and AWS best practices to reduce risks around security, documentation, reliability and operational excellence, as defined by the AWS Well-Architected Framework. The result is that Imagine can review projects against the requirements of the FTR, adhering to best practices and ensuring the best possible outcomes for the end user.

Aviator Make TV includes all the capabilities required to deliver linear channels, with unified origination for broadcast and digital streams. The modular architecture allows functionality to be tailored to the business requirements of the channel. This includes support for a full range of channel types ― from sophisticated live channels with real-time branding used in news or sports to more streamlined thematic channels or regional variants with HTML5-based graphic overlays to enable simpler operations.

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