Riedel Communications is the latest of the world’s leading media technology companies to join the AIMS alliance.
Riedel Communications is renowned as a leading pioneer of real-time networks for audio video and communications applications; in particular, digital audio matrix systems and fiber-based real-time media network technology.
Their products and technologies, including MediorNet, the world’s first fiber-based video network for integrated signal transport, are in common use throughout the world in broadcast, pro-audio, events, sports, theatre and security applications. These include applications in the staging of major global sporting events and within international sports governing bodies.
At Riedel, we have always been dedicated to facilitating reliable and versatile workflows that meet our customers' individual requirements. “By joining the Alliance for IP Media Solutions, we extend our product’s format support, providing our customers with more benefits of standards-based communications solutions while offering them plug-and-play simplicity. Our aim, as a solutions provider, is to secure their investments and to support them on their path towards IP-based media infrastructures."Lars Hoehmann, Product Manager MediorNet
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