The ASPEN Community was founded at IBC 2015 to realize and promote the benefits of deploying the ASPEN format within IP-based broadcast and media facilities through the integration and interoperability of the open format.
The ASPEN Community is proud to announce that FOR-A Company Ltd. as the newest member of the community at InterBEE 2015. The ASPEN Community is a rapidly growing coalition of industry leading manufacturers and end users who are adopting the ASPEN framework for building state of the art IP facilities.
The development of ASPEN; a framework that provides separated video, audio, and metadata on individual IP multicast streams; has been a collaborative effort between many broadcast industry leaders. The ASPEN Community was founded at IBC 2015 to realize and promote the benefits of deploying the ASPEN format within IP-based broadcast and media facilities through the integration and interoperability of the open format.
“We are very pleased to have FOR-A as the latest member of the ASPEN Community. With transition from SDI to IP as a major initiative in the industry, the ASPEN Community is providing the leadership for a common open framework for building IP facilities. FOR-A provides valuable experience in the production aspect of the broadcast chain that will help with the transition to IP,” says Mo Goyal, co-chairperson of the ASPEN Community.
The ASPEN Community was announced at IBC 2015. Other members include: Abekas, ChryonHego, Hitachi, NEP Group, Ross Video, Sony, Tektronix, Vizrt, Matrox Video, Deltacast, Evertz, I-movix, Leader, Macnica Americas, PacketStorm, Providius, Coherent Video Systems, Time Warner Cable SportsNet, Discovery Communications, Game Creek Video.
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