ATEN Launches StreamLive HD Streaming Solution

June 18, 2020

BENGALURU, India – June 18, 2020 – ATEN, the leading provider of AV/IT connectivity and management solutions, recently unveiled the high-quality live streaming and broadcast solutions. StreamLive HD All-in-one Multi-channel AV Mixer(UC9020), CAMLIVE HDMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture(UC3020), CAMLIVE Plus (DMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture with PD3.0 Power Pass-Through(UC3021) and CAMLIVE PRO Dual HDMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture (UC3022)for Live Streaming and broadcast. These 4 products provide compelling advantages to Corporate for Online training, conferences, tutorials, Live Events as well as individual blogger live broadcasting.

 

“ATEN has always been focusing on product innovation and in response to the growing demand for live broadcasts, online meetings and other application scenarios due to the epidemic, we are happy to bring the versatile live streaming and product solutions in India for online services in schools, place of worship, marriage halls, music show etc. These products are very easy to transport, quick to set up and a pleasure to operate and are crafted to increase the professionalism of streaming” says Shyam Tambatkar, PSM ProAV at ATEN.

 

ATEN StreamLIVE HD- the All-in-one Multi-channel AV Mixer (UC9020)

The StreamLIVE HD (UC9020) is tailor-made for pro-level personal live streaming, commercial product promotion, video conferences, small live streaming events, lectures, and seminars. It offers users the simplest, all-in-one live streaming solution by integrating dual-source 1080p video capture, 4K preview output, video switch, 1080p@60 stream broadcaster, video converter, video splitter, and audio mixer into one compact box to eliminate the hassle of working with different AV equipment or any complicated software settings. Every inch of the UC9020 has been optimized for the easiest operation, including the hardware control panel and the powerful control app that turns iPad into a touch interface for controlling, preview monitoring, real-time editing, and arranging multi-elements into program mixing. To know more click here

 

CAMLIVE -HDMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture (UC3020)

ATEN’s latest HDMI to USB-C video capture tool CAMLIVE (UC3020)is designed to plug and play, CAMLIVE converts your existing camera into a webcam instantly, allowing you to easily adopt a camera for any application and platform, such as video editing software, Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), Xsplit, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Skype. Simply mount the DSLR, camcorder, or any action camera to deliver eye-popping, high-quality video on Windows and Mac systems at stunning 1080P@60fps. UC3020 supports a wide variety of HDMI sources. Additionally, the product comes with a USB-C to USB-A converter. Even if the computer is old and has only a traditional USB-A slot, users can use CAMLIVE UC3020 for video capture, editing, and live streaming. To know more click here

 

CAMLIVE PRO- Dual HDMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture(UC3022)

The CAMLIVE PRO (UC3022) video capture device is designed to capture 4K videos from two connected cameras, simple and convenient mixing, and professional-level streaming to streaming platforms such as YouTube Live, Facebook, and Twitch. It allows users to create professional-grade video products for school lectures and classes. Users can easily connect two 4K video sources, as well as mix and stream full HD video to students anywhere with outstanding video effects and professional full HD quality. UC3022is the most flexible video streaming tool for installations with two cameras and one operator. This video capture and switching device can turn any professional 4K camera, camcorder, or GoPro into an HDMI video source for a computer or mobile device for streaming and video conferencing. ATEN OnAir Lite APP simplifies the workflow, and users can work independently and control video wirelessly Stream, and edit the video stream in real-time anywhere in the shooting scene. To know more click here

 

CAMLIVE Plus-HDMI to USB-C UVC Video Capture with PD3.0 Power Pass-Through (UC3021)

CAMLIVE Plus UVC video capture (UC3021) is designed for mobile streaming, which delivers unencrypted captured raw data to your USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 laptop or Android phone for post-editing or live-streaming. The 60W USB-C power delivery pass-through can also charge a laptop or Android phone, the power profile includes 5V/9V/15V/20V. HDMI loop-out port features latency-free, hassle-free video preview suitable for gaming streamers with real-time playing experience. With a camera mount adapter, CAMLIVE Plus can be easily installed on any mounting system. The compact and aesthetic design provides an intuitive, high-quality live streaming/video editing experience. To know more click here

 

Price, Availability and Warranty

 

These products come with a warranty of 3 years and are readily available for purchase through ATEN’s channel of distribution and reseller partners across India.

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About ATEN India

ATEN India is the liaison office of ATEN International Co., Ltd., the leading provider of AV/IT connectivity and management solutions. Offering integrated KVM, Professional Audiovisual, and Intelligent Power solutions, ATEN products connect, manage, and optimize electronics in corporate, government, industrial, educational, and retail environments. ATEN has 579+ issued international patents and a global R&D team that produces a constant stream of innovative solutions, resulting in a comprehensive portfolio of products available worldwide. ATEN recently won the “2019 HR Asia’s best employer Award” (best companies to Work for in Asia 2019) awards.

 

At the forefront of the seamless integration of A/V with IT, ATEN’s advanced ability to quickly develop customized solutions in KVM, Pro AV, PDU, USB, and data communication lines allows the company to build products that connect, manage, and optimize products based on customer need. ATEN’s comprehensive portfolio of innovative, reliable products is available worldwide, with local India support. For more information, visit: www.ATEN.com and follow ATEN India on LinkedIn. Twitter and Facebook.


AI Will Play a Major Role in Shifting Talent From Industry to Industry

June 18, 2020

NEW DELHI, India – June 18, 2020 – AI will come to a rescue in a climate where some industries are dramatically shrinking and others are expanding, according to Eightfold.ai. AI will finally allow companies to see what skills their organizations need, and who has those skills, even if they were laid off from jobs in totally different industries.

Eightfold, in collaboration with the U.S. India Business Council (USIBC) and Invest India, recently hosted a webinar on ‘The Future of Work and Skills in the Post-COVID World.’ It attracted CXOs from across industries. The webinar highlighted and provided solutions on how to deal with the new nature of jobs and skills that are and will continue to hit the markets.

The session featured Eightfold CEO and Founder Ashutosh Garg, along with other industry leaders from GE, HCL Technologies, and the Department for the Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT). The webinar was moderated by USIBC President Nisha Biswal.

Each speaker talked about how the pandemic-driven recession will disrupt the future of the job market.

Garg said AI will come as a saviour for talent, “exchanging talent from one industry to another industry.” A restaurant employee, for example, who has lost his or her job may think that all they know is food. But, Eightfold’s AI can uncover what that person really knows, such as budgets, inventories, payroll, hiring employees, and supply chains. Eightfold’s technology helps companies hire based on skills, without over-relying on resumes and job descriptions.

Ultimately, the goal, Garg says, is “enabling the right career for everyone in the world.”

Watch the Webinar here

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About Eightfold

Eightfold.ai®, delivers the Talent Intelligence Platform™, the most effective way for companies to retain top performers, upskill and reskill the workforce, recruit top talent efficiently, and reach diversity goals. Eightfold’s deep learning artificial intelligence platform empowers enterprises to turn talent management into a competitive advantage. Built by top engineers out of Facebook, Google and other leading technology companies, Eightfold is based in Noida and Mountain View, California. Recently, Eightfold published its first book, What’s Next for You: The Eightfold Path to Transforming the Way We Hire and Manage Talent. In April 2020, Eightfold launched Talent Exchange, a place to help all companies and individuals impacted by COVID-19 to flatten the unemployment curve. For more information, visit www.eightfold.ai


Tenable discovers vulns that allow unlimited OS access from Netflix alt. Plex Media Server

June 18, 2020

This morning, Tenable Research announced that it has discovered three vulnerabilities in Plex Media Server that could allow attackers to gain unlimited access via phishing to the operating system and download private media albums.

The Plex application, which has been called an alternative to Netflix and has become increasingly popular during shelter-in-place orders, lets users stream their own media and share personal libraries among friends. If all three vulns are exploited together, the attacker could gain unlimited access to the operating system and access any file, pivot to other machines on the network or install backdoors. At the lowest levels, exploitation could allow an attacker to gain access to any media, including personal videos and pictures, on the victim’s server and then access the underlying operating system.

Plex has released patches and/or mitigations for all vulnerabilities in a rolling process, and Tenable has published plugins to detect vulnerable instances of Plex Media Server. The research blog post can be found here and I’ve included a breakdown of each vulnerability below – are you interested in speaking with Tenable to learn more?

  1. CVE-2020-5742 – Plex users can share their own media, but if users are sent a link to access someone else’s media, they can’t always determine if they’re logging into their own server or the attacker’s via a phishing link. If the user does log in via the link, the attacker could make requests to the victim’s server and download files such as a private photo album.
  2. CVE-2020-5741 – After successfully exploiting the previous vulnerability, the attacker could then remotely execute arbitrary code on a Windows machine to gain the same privileges as the media server, and then pivot to other machines on the network or install backdoors.
  3. CVE-2020-5740 – This local privilege escalation flaw allows attackers to elevate their privileges to the highest level, gaining unlimited access to the underlying Windows operating system to access any files

Thanks.


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