More Broadcast Technology Companies Join AIMS

Cobalt Digital, Net Insight and Utah Scientific are the latest key broadcast supply companies to support the transition to IP via open standards and interoperability.

Three more technology companies join the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) member companies, with the objective of promoting open standards and interoperability in the transition to IP.

Cobalt Digital designs and manufactures award-winning 3G/HD/SD conversion, throwdown, and multiviewer technology for the broadcast television environment. The company’s expanding product line is built to tackle any broadcast challenge in a multiscreen, multi-format world.

Net Insight AB is a specialist in lossless video transport, from stadiums, studios and live events all over the world. The company’s Nimbra platform has evolved to become the leading media transport platform for live, high-quality video transportation.

Utah Scientific is an industry leader in routing switchers and technology for TV stations worldwide. Development firsts included the first large scale digital router, multi-format routing, integrated A/D and D/A conversions on inputs and outputs, integrated fiber optic conversion, and 300-Mb switching capability on all its digital routers since 1992.

For more about the importance of open standards and interoperability in the broadcast and media industry, visit the alliance website at www.aimsalliance.org and download the Alliance for IP Media Solutions’ white paper “An Argument for Open IP Standards in the Media Industry."

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