Media services and distribution specialist Premiere Digital has completed reliability testing for metadata technology EIDR 2.5, the latest stack improvement for the Entertainment Identifier Registry, across its current installed base.
The company migrated the existing code base for the registry to a new server environment, built, integrated and is now maintaining the new de-duplication system for the EIDR registry.
The EIDR is a a global unique identifier system for audio and video content which provides content identifiers for video service providers among other things.
EIDR 2.5 represent a step forward for EIDR, delivering both de-duplication service improvements and increased efficiencies, according to Premiere Digital.
EIDR members have experienced a smooth transition to the new platform, the first step in a planned series of upgrades that will make EIDR what it needs to be for the next 10 years.
“The features of our existing SaaS product STOREFRONT were a sure-fit for the EIDR 2.5 project and we were incredibly happy the EIDR team could see the same fit and that the reliability testing went so well. On the heels of a recent announcement about our expanded Product team this is a nice win for us,” said CCO Steve Rosenberg.
“Premiere Digital is a recognised leader in delivering automation and metadata solutions. They have delivered a solid new platform that represents a key step in modernising EIDR, and we expect to realize ongoing efficiency benefits as Premiere evolves and continuously improves its core technology.”
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