by Michael Steele

Broadcast pros looking to improve collaboration on their enterprise networks need look no further than Adobe® Anywhere for video, running on an NVIDIA Tesla GPU-based system, which was revealed this week at IBC, the annual media and entertainment technology forum in Amsterdam.

The groundbreaking platform enables video professionals to use high-caliber video tools to collaborate in real time across nearly any corporate network.

The video-creation process can be costly and time consuming, often involving broadly dispersed editing and production teams, with a wide variety of development systems and increasingly limited budgets. Editing, producing and publishing in an environment like this can quickly evolve into a complex effort.

With Adobe Anywhere for video, creative organizations can harness the efficiencies and scale of the network. Multiple users can share high-performance platforms, centralize media storage, and share NVIDIA Tesla GPUs for video and image processing effects to ensure the best possible real-time performance. It’s an exciting concept with tremendous potential.

In the video below, Greg Estes, NVIDIA’s media and entertainment industry executive, and Matthew Gyves, Adobe’s business development manager for Professional Video, discuss the introduction of Adobe Anywhere for Video from the floor of IBC 2012.

If you’re familiar with the performance boost that NVIDIA CUDA-powered GPUs enable with Adobe Premiere Pro (as much as 8x faster performance and real-time editing experiences), then you’ll appreciate even more what Adobe Anywhere for video has to offer on Tesla GPUs.

If you happen to be in Amsterdam, look for it in the Adobe booth 7.G27 at IBC. Or, learn more about it from Adobe and in their introductory video. And let us know what you think.