Media Links has announced it has joined forces with five new authorised partners in Europe. Coming on board as part of Media Links’ Partner Program launched at IBC last year are: CCK Media based in London, GTC in Portugal, Video Progetti in Italy, Visionetics International in France and AV Group in Belgium.
The new partners will complement the efforts of Media Links’ long standing German partner VIDI GmbH, to help promote, sell and support the Company’s leading IP transport solutions across the EMEA region. In addition to covering a wider geographical spread, with their help, Media Links can proactively introduce their solutions into new sectors including telemedicine, government and education.
At IBC 2017, Media Links will launch its MDP 3020, an IP media gateway edge device, designed for remote production and IP content delivery, which will be of particular interest to sports broadcasters. The MDP 3020 uses standards including 2022-6/7 and TR-01 to process ever-increasing amounts of media information over IP networks, existing broadcast networks, as well as point-to-point fiber networks offering both a cost effective and convenient solution to applications such as remote production over IP.
At the conference, Media Links plans to demonstrate the capability of the new MDP 3020, highlighting how it addresses the universal need for network protected IP transport that is highly portable, rapid to deploy and remotely configurable.
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