Media Pipeline Factory Launch: Building Better Tools For A Connected WorldNews
Digital transformation requires constant development of new ways to speed up and strengthen the effectiveness of current equipment used in building a connected workplace. Last week, NTT Communications launched a revolutionary toolkit that would link the Enterprise Cloud WebRTC Platform Skyway (known simply as ‘Skyway’) to a variety of cloud services, including voice recognition, artificial intelligence (AI), machine translation, and live transmission. This new tool called the ‘Media Pipeline Factory’ becomes the stepping stone of other programs that would help countless businesses in the future.
Miguel Garcia, DTSI Group President and CEO, said: “We feel privileged to be part of NTT Group, where―as a collective―we can provide a full end-to-end service to our customers. With our mission to enable services beyond solutions by providing workspaces of the future, we are driven to innovate and execute on our technology roadmap to help bring our technological capabilities to the next level.”
The Media Pipeline Factory allows versatility in AI and cloud integration, enabling functionalities such as NTT Com’s natural language analysis AI engine, COTOHA Virtual Assist and voice recognition into the system. Having been equipped with this tool, users can now communicate better even without having the knowledge to speak in Japanese. The Media Pipeline Factory also has image recognition, voice and video recording and storage, and two-way communication features.
Apart from its compatibility with the above functions, The Media Pipeline Factory is also developer-friendly, simplifying applications without the need for complex programming. The system is designed with a Graphical User Interface (GUI) that lets users rearrange or manage available components with better ease and speed. Lastly, the Media Pipeline Factory has a server-less architecture, which means the system can withstand high demands and multiple user access at the same time.