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Evolphin Founder & CTO, Rahul Bhargava, to Speak at the NAB Show 2014 in Las Vegas

Rahul to Address the Subject "Adapting Video and Audio Production to a Decentralized Team" as Part of the NAB's Workflow for Television Track on Wednesday, April 9th in Room S228 of the South Hall

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- Evolphin Software Inc. today announced that their founder and Chief Technology Officer, Rahul Bhargava, has been invited to speak at the upcoming NAB Show, being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 7 - 10.

At the NAB Show, considered the ultimate event for people passionate about digital content, Rahul will address the subject "Adapting Video and Audio Production to a Decentralized Team" as part of the NAB's overall Workflow for Television track. This session will be held on Wednesday, April 9th in Room S228 of the South Hall starting at 3:30pm.

"I am really looking forward to my speaking engagement at NAB," noted Rahul. "I have extensive software industry experience with a background in new database technologies and digital media processing, which I feel aligns perfectly with the purpose of this show. During the session my goal is to educate broadcasting and video production professionals on how best to effectively work with audio and video content in a decentralized environment."

Evolphin -- creator of Zoom, the integrated digital and media asset management, versioning, workflow and archiving software solution (DAM|MAM) -- is also a featured exhibitor at the 2014 NAB Show, showcasing their company and providing demos of their product in booth SL-13617 located in the South Hall, lower level, of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

"The large broadcasting and video production companies we're working with, especially those who need to manage and distribute rich media content, found that traditional DAM offerings were not able to meet their rapidly changing needs," commented Brian Ahearn, CEO of Evolphin Software. "We built Zoom to support this much broader array of unstructured content, and our latest release has some amazing features and enhancements that are sure to get the attention of show attendees."

Zoom was built from the ground up on Evolphin's patent-pending RevDB (NoSQL) database, optimized to handle large structured and unstructured digital content. It is the enterprise-class software solution that fully integrates proprietary data de-duplication, asset version control, cutting-edge search, automated workflow, sophisticated analytics, enhanced visual compare, task-level metadata fields and values, automated server and client upgrades, and advanced archiving into one easy-to-use, evolutionary software solution.

"Zoom is truly the first universal, device-independent digital and media asset management software solution available today," added Rahul Bhargava, "and with the soon-to-be-released NASA-like HADR, broadcasters can now gain complete control of their entire creative and production processes, saving them time, money, and wasted effort."

More About Evolphin & Zoom
With Zoom, Evolphin Software delivers a complete applications solution that will integrate with existing business support systems applications while managing the total lifecycle of any digital and media asset -- from idea to final delivery. Coined 'the operating system for the creative process,' Zoom's products are visually intuitive, cross-platform, and together provide an intelligent toolset for managing rich digital and media content workflows, versioning and archiving. Zoom is also supported by detailed analytics that provide greater visibility into the creative and production processes.

Thanks to the integration of Azul Systems' Zing -- the new Java performance standard designed to meet the demands of real-time business -- Zoom has been benchmarked to be the industry's best-performing and most scalable enterprise-class solution available today. Together the combined technologies offer an ideal alternative to the inherent performance and scalability limitations typically encountered by traditional DAM solutions.

Evolphin Zoom is available and supported worldwide, and is sold in a variety of licensing plans.

For more information on Evolphin and the Zoom DAM|MAM solution, visit www.evolphin.com. For details on the NAB Show and to visit the Evolphin showcase profile, visit www.nabshow.com. For further information on Azul Zing, visit www.azulsystems.com.

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