PacketFabric is Where
Production Happens

Connecting M&E to its Future in the Cloud

With a holistic approach to media and entertainment, PacketFabric provides private connectivity solutions that empower broadcasters, studios, and productions to adapt to the broad spectrum of multi and hybrid cloud workflows as one consolidated cloud core. The result? Secure, seamless and cost effective motion and mobility that matches the needs of a creative and evolving industry.

PacketFabric M&E Ecosystem

PacketFabric is proud to be a member of the following esteemed thought leadership organizations, and partnered with the leading M&E cloud providers.

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Some of Our Customers and Partners

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M&E Production Pipeline Enablement

From Pre-Production to Distribution, PacketFabric unites a multi-cloud and global ecosystem with revolutionary connectivity and storage, enhancing workflows at every stage. Once connected to any of our 200+ PoPs worldwide, users have instant access to storage at the edge, the public clouds, and to each other.

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Connected Stages

As Virtual Production grows as a medium, PacketFabric is responding with its revolutionary Connected Stage program. Stages on the PacketFabric network will offer productions higher bandwidth, and more seamless connections to off-site teams, such as studios and VFX collaborators. Productions will also have access to cloud-based workflows and the ability to nimbly move camera raw footage to AWS, Azure, GCP and others.

To discuss bringing a Point of Presence (“PoP”) to your stage, or to join the PacketFabric network as a member of the Virtual Production ecosystem, please contact:

The Evolution of Advanced Connectivity for the Virtual Production Stage
with Jay Spriggs, CTO, Voluminous Studios, Sean Takjowski, Founder, CEO, MEDCA, Eric Rigney, Executive VP, MEDCA, Tom Thudiyanplackal, Producer, Virtual Production, ETC

Cloud-Based Virtual Production

Up to 20% of filming budgets are consumed by Visual effects (VFX), and by 2028 the Virtual Production market alone will grow to $4.73B, per analyst firm Research and Markets. According to Deloitte, the growth of Virtual Production is driven by the popularity of VFX-heavy genres, increased competition for consumer media spending, and the impact of the pandemic.

With the rapid growth of Virtual Production, complexities and challenges arise in its implementation, particularly as Media & Entertainment moves rapidly into the cloud.

Mastering Cloud-Based Virtual Production
with Erik Weaver, Head of Adaptive and Virtual Production, USC

Trusted by Leaders in M&E

“The cloud seems inevitable; it is more of an issue of how to get there – both conceptually and physically. In this business, people check on what others are doing. And when we heard ‘you need to interconnect’, who did I call? I called PacketFabric.”

John Canning
Executive Producer, New Media and Experiential
Digital Domain

M&E Resources

PacketFabric Cloud Router Technical Infopaper

A new approach to networking for a changing Hollywood

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Why Getting Cloud Connectivity Right is Key for Media and Entertainment

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Fast, Secure Transfer of Terabytes of Data for Post-production Studio LADB

“M&E Cloud Core” Reimagined

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Why Getting Cloud Connectivity Right is Key for Media and Entertainment

Hourly Bandwidth Consumption Paves the Road to On-Demand Cloud Work

The State of Connection: Reflections of an Avatar

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