FrameDNA manufactured by OWNZONES, is the recipient of the 2019 Product Innovation Award presented by TV Technology.
Future’s Product Innovation Awards are evaluated by a panel of engineers and industry experts, and are selected based on innovation, feature set, cost efficiency and performance in serving the industry.
OWNZONES will receive a prestigious award and will be featured in TV Technology, the leading brand covering television and media technology. All nominated products are also featured in the special Product Innovation Awards e-book which will be made available to more than 100,000 readers of Future’s Business to Business brands.
OWNZONES’ award-winning product, FrameDNA, allows users to programmatically consolidate their library into nimble IMF packages, empowering them to better monetize their content and futureproof its efficient archival and delivery logistics. It uses AI to make frame-by-frame comparisons between multiple files, eliminating redundancies and reducing storage footprints by up to 73%. Harnessing OWNZONES’ proprietary parallel-scaling technology, FrameDNA scans millions of hours of content in a few hours, deduplicates and consolidates content, and prepares localized versions simultaneously with the click of a button. FrameDNA has the power to turn 100,000 files in an on-prem system into 10,000 IMF packages stored in the cloud that can be quickly converted into any format needed.
“The Future Product Innovation Awards are now in their seventh year,” said Paul McLane, Future managing director content for media technology titles. “The program focuses attention on innovation, cost-effectiveness and reliability. We are proud to recognize such excellence in our industry.”
“We are delighted to win this award, which highlights the pioneering work we’re undertaking on delivering the next generation of video supply chain management,” comments Dan Goman, CEO of OWNZONES. “The combination of AI and our market-leading IMF capabilities is revolutionizing media archiving and distribution as it moves into the cloud, and we’re extremely happy to be recognized by the Product Innovation Awards for our ground-breaking work.”