BFE’s KSC CORE installed at Leshi Internet Information & Technology (LeTV)

Together with its exclusive partner Century Sage Scientific, BFE’s KSC CORE Systems have successfully been installed at LeTV’s sports news studio with a focus on optimized configuration, which leads to shorter setup times on-site.

Whether it is Champions League soccer, the Tour de France, NBA basketball or WTA tennis, LeTV broadcasts international sports events live to viewers. Recently, LeTV sports designed a new sports news studio in Beijing.

The KSC CORE system handles Imagine Communications routers, Snell Kahuna 4800 series as well as Gefei multiviewers, thus facilitating improved operator workflow. KSC CORE provides Tally, IMD labelling, switcher AUX bus and video routing by using BFE BD54-ISP control panels and KSC Matrix View as the Graphical User Interface.
LeTV’s KSC CORE systems use specifically built KSC CORE Ai1 servers, which are mounted in 19-in racks.

LeTV is committed to creating the "LeTV Ecosystem," a next-generation Internet engine that is vertically integrated to offer an online platform complete with content, devices and applications. LeTV is engaged in an array of businesses, spanning from Internet TV, video production and distribution, smart gadgets and large-screen applications to e-commerce, and connected electric cars, which were announced in late 2014.

BFE Studio and Medien Systeme GmbH is a manufacturer-independent broadcast systems integrator with more than 40 years of experience in the planning and implementation of complex projects in broadcast and media technology. As a competent and reliable partner, it supports customers in Europe, Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. As manufacturer of its own KSC product line, BFE also markets control and management solutions for the professional television and radio industry.

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