Xytech Transmission Servies
Xytech has announced the launch of a Broadcast Services Division to address the rapidly changing needs of global video transmission services. Daniel Lynch, an industry veteran, will lead broadcast services division.
Xytech Broadcast Services’ new division will provide a technically advanced, modern solution delivering flexible, scalable and seamless software to operations facing increasingly intense content demands. Bringing in holistic transmission and asset management solutions for the complex operations of facilities, studios and networks — Xytech will build upon its past success.
Daniel Lynch, VP of Broadcast Services, Xytech
“From transmission architecture and SDN to high output satellites and fiber, the ecosystem is dynamic. It is our mission to provide a powerful platform compatible with the nature of today’s applications. Xytech has the depth of experience to ensure the entire process is perfectly managed.”— Daniel Lynch, VP of Broadcast Services, Xytech
As content generation continues its growth from smartphone journalists to live UHD events, Xytech takes a thoughtful approach to relieve the impact of the changes challenging the transmission industry.As VP of Broadcast Services, Lynch will drive the evolution of the platform. Lynch is well known in the industry for his groundbreaking work with the Associated Press. At AP, he served in crucial positions for over a decade. Lynch has led Xytech’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Division for five years.
As VP of Broadcast Services, Lynch will drive the evolution of the platform. Lynch is well known in the industry for his groundbreaking work with the Associated Press. At AP, he served in crucial positions for over a decade. Lynch has led Xytech’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Division for five years.
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