DELTACAST Showcased IP Solutions at Inter BEE 2015

At the Inter BEE 2015 conference in Japan, DELTACAST presented a live demonstration of its hardware and software solutions for SMPTE 2022-5/6/7 video transport.

DELTACAST has actively taken part in the market adoption of “beyond HD” formats, and is now well established to support the industry transition to IP-based workflows and IT-centric broadcast infrastructures.

Aiming to support the widest range of use cases in the IP move, DELTACAST is an active partner in different alliances including Sony IP Live, TICO and Newtek NDI.

DELTACAST offers the Broadcast and Pro A/V markets a comprehensive portfolio of video interface cards for computer-based products such as video encoders and decoders, video and media servers, character generators, and many more applications.

All DELTACAST cards are uniformly handled by the VideoMasterHD SDK (Software Development Kit).

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