The Selenio, described as a media convergence platform, is a highlight for Imagine at the 2016 NAB Show.
“This year’s 2016 NAB Show experience is all about showing our customers how they can begin to modernise their operations and seize tomorrow’s opportunities by putting to work solutions that are available today,” says Imagine Communications, CEO Charlie Vogt.
“Now that the destination is no longer a mystery, media companies of all sizes and from all corners of the industry can set about charting out a course for the next phase of their journeys toward enriching their operations with unprecedented productivity and agility,” he adds.
So at the 2016 NAB Show, Imagine is showing its signal routing and processing portfolio including the Platinum IP3 and VX routers, Selenio MCP processing products and the MagellanSDN Orchestrator. These solutions and others will showcase capabilities that align with the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) roadmap, including compatibility with SMPTE 2022, AES-67, and VSF TR-04/TR-03. Imagine will conduct demonstrations of “ready-to-deploy integrations with other members of AIMS”, at the show.
Versio, the integrated channel playout solution is said to be playing an “instrumental” role in assisting some of the world’s leading broadcasters to virtualize their playout operations. Also demonstrated will be the company’s Nexio AMP video server and storage solution suite with NAS-as-a-SAN functionality to handle SD-to-UHD content encode and playback.
In addition, the vendor will demonstrate 4K/UHD and High Dynamic Range (HDR) capabilities across the company’s entire networking and playout platforms. It will demonstrate support for UHD signals over IP using intoPIX TICO and Sony IP Live mezzanine compression for live production.
Attendees will also have access to demonstrations of the Landmark range of ad management tools. The portfolio includes systems that streamline omniplatform sales and scheduling with analytics, open APIs for programmatic trading, live log capabilities, unified billing and integrated workflows for linear, digital and advanced advertising.
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