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Huawei and VSN Sign Agreement on New Media Asset Management System

Sep 12, 2016

[Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 12th, 2016] Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solution provider, and VSN, a global technology company, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at IBC 2016 to promote both companies products, in order to offer a joint media asset management (MAM) solution, the core system used for digital media storage and management.

The MoU was announced at IBC in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Jordi Utiel, CEO at VSN and Xiaoke Li, VP of Sales, West European Enterprise Business at Huawei attended the ceremony, and signed on behalf of VSN and Huawei Enterprise, respectively.

Based on VSN’s EXPLORER platform and Huawei’s OceanStor 9000, the new joint MAM solution offers the tools necessary for companies to manage media assets in one simple to use, efficient and smart platform. The solution is based on both companies experience and their clients requirements and feedback on media asset operation, and allows companies to get the most value out of their media data.

“We are very excited about this partnership with Huawei,” said Jordi Utiel, CEO at VSN. “The scale of Huawei’s broad portfolio and the integration of our platform will provide real value to our customers. It will also help improve the standards of digital media management across the broadcast and media sector.”

“VSN’s expertise in the broadcast sector means this collaboration is of huge benefit for both companies,” said Xiaoke Li at Huawei. “With Huawei’s commitment to customers to manage media assets effectively and VSN’s experience, we look forward to a very successful future working together.”

IBC 2016 takes place in Amsterdam from 9-13 September. Huawei will showcase its latest products and solutions at B52, Hall 5, including a live demo of VSNEXPLORER MAM. For more information, please visit