Find all of the latest products, by category - the most comprehensive overview of IBC 2015 by the editors of The Broadcast Bridge.

Evertz is migrating customers to a software defined video network.

​HEVC Support for Evertz Transcoder September 4th 2015 - 01:00 PM

As facilities are now migrating to an all IP infrastructure, the need to support a hybrid of SDI/IP inputs becomes a necessity at the point of ingest. 3080ITXE is Evertz’s transcoder supporting both IP (compressed and uncompressed) and SDI inputs. It also now supports HEVC encode through firmware upgrade.

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CloudAir offers broadcasters and content owners the freedom to scale up or down as demand changes.

PlayBox Technology Offers Universal Playout and Streaming Platform September 4th 2015 - 12:35 PM

PlayBox Technology, with over 15,500 playout and branding channels in operation around the world, has developed a cloud-based playout platform called CloudAir that dramatically lowers the capital expenditure cost of running established and start-up television channels.

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The Newtec MDM6000 Satellite Modem combines a number of features to improve efficiencies in satellite delivery.

Newtec Sets a Record for Transponder Throughput September 4th 2015 - 11:00 AM

After previously breaking several data throughput speed records, Newtec, a provider of satellite communications technology, recently worked with Intelsat in Germany to conduct a live demonstration of Newtec’s MDM6000 Satellite Modem.

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TICO Alliance Members include Tektronix

TICO: The Disruptive Codec September 4th 2015 - 10:00 AM

IntoPIX compression scheme TICO will be a source of great interest for many at IBC. It’s a contender to be the compression system of choice for HD and 4K video over IP with backers including Grass Valley, Xilinx and Tektronix.

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RR Media

Viewpoint: Benefits of Hybrid Media Management and Delivery Versus Pure Cloud September 3rd 2015 - 03:55 PM

Many industry commentators seem to consider a pure cloud delivery model to be broadcasting nirvana and that hybrid/cloud solutions are simply a rung on the ladder leading to the cloud. But, what if one size doesn’t fit all?

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ViBE 4K Ultra HD Encoder

UHD + HDR with Thomson ViBE September 3rd 2015 - 01:50 PM

Expecting broadcasters to mandate High Dynamic Range, Thomson Video Networks will demonstrate encoding of a live UHD TV signal to distribute HDR content at IBC 2015. The support for HDR will be available in the product early next year.

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Intel launches a suite of encoding products and toolsets

Intel Promotes Faster Video Transcoding and Transition to HEVC and 4K September 3rd 2015 - 01:22 PM

Intel announced Intel Media Server Studio 2016, at IBC 2015. The family of software products includes Intel Video Pro Analyzer and Intel Stress Bitstreams and Encoder. Created for media and cloud developers as well as video professionals and broadcasters, these products help them create solutions that deliver faster video downloads and high-quality streaming video.

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Using DLC510, customers can combine tuning and L-Band demodulation with DigiLink’s transport capabilities for a fully integrated solution.

Artel Develops L-Band to ASI Demodulator September 3rd 2015 - 01:00 PM

Artel Video Systems has added L-Band-to-ASI demodulation capabilities to its popular DigiLink media transport platform. The company’s new DLC510 Dual-Port L-Band Demodulator is a cost-effective, DigiLink-based module providing two distinct channels for inputting and demodulating L-Band satellite signals and then converting them to DVB-ASI for transport. Also, the module supports the latest requirements for Carrier ID ETSI TS 103 129 monitoring.

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Anvato’s Media Content Platform (MCP) delivers live streaming on brand-specific websites, with dynamic ad insertion (DAI) capabilities.

Anvato Powers Live OTT with Dynamic Ad Insertion for Top Brands September 3rd 2015 - 11:30 AM

TV Everywhere leader Anvato enables some of pay TV’s most exciting brands to reach viewers on tablets and smartphones on the go.

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