Dighero new Director of Cloud Production Engineering at ASG

Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a solutions provider for media creatives and content owners, announced that Jorge Dighero has joined the company as Director of Cloud Production Engineering. Already a veteran designer of cloud-centric live production workflows, in his new role, Dighero will help lead ASG’s cloud strategy, collaborate with customers to design the most efficient workflows for their needs, and train ASG staff on all of the company’s cloud-based offerings.

Jorge Dighero

Source: Advanced Systems Group

At his most recent position, as Senior Solutions Architect at Grass Valley, Dighero was part of the core team that developed GV AMPP (Agile Media Processing Platform) for cloud-native live production. While holding the same title at Vizrt, he designed an end-to-end live production workflow that leveraged Vizrt software solutions. Dighero was part of the inititial team that presented the NDI video-over-IP standard to the market, and he worked closely with Dr. Andrew Cross, now President of Global Research and Development of Vizrt.
 
Dighero will be part of ASG’s cloud-based live production division, reporting to Cloud Revenue Officer Claudia Souza. A large part of Dighero’s new role will involve the design and successful customer implementation of ASG’s Virtual Production Control Room (VPCR) - a cloud-based live production platform for broadcast-quality live event coverage. Powered by Google Cloud, VPCR is designed as a multi-vendor solution that requires no on-prem services to deliver secure, broadcast-quality live event coverage.

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