At IBC, Rohde & Schwarz DVS will introduce new features for its ingest and production server R&S VENICE. These will enable TV studios to optimize their workflows from ingest to studio playout and content distribution.
Vector 3 is proud to announce that this year it is attending IBC for the 20th time. The company expects IBC to be the best appointment to the world of electronic media and entertainment ever. This year, Vector 3 is bringing a whole new set of solutions for the broadcast industry, including 4K and HD playout.
New PlayBox Technology innovations and developments will be on display at IBC 2015. Improvements in the high-performance AirBox universal playout and streaming automation solution as well as the hyper-efficient TitleBox CG and graphics generator will be on display at the September international trade event.
At IBC 2015, Telestream is showcasing the latest advances in its Vantage media processing platform. A new Camera Ingest option saves time for post & news users; VOD Producer DAI establishes significant new revenue streams for broadcasters & content owners in every geographic region.
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.
OH-TV, a broadcaster and international TV network provider, has expanded its playout capabilities with the installation of 10 new AirBox playout channels from PlayBox Technology.
October 2015 marks a new milestone for Anyware Video. With more than 16 years of investing in leading-edge R&D and generating a growing interest for the company’s solutions in Africa and Asia, the Marseille-based company has been selected to be part of 11 businesses representing France at the launch of ‘France-Japan year of innovation’.
IBC 2015 will see the latest version of Grass Valley’s integrated playout system, iTX. Version 2.8 of the automated delivery platform offers capacity for IP operation, new features for working with compressed signals and support of Softel subtitling.
The intersection of innovation and reality is the theme of Imagine Communications IBC exhibit according to CEO Charlie Vogt. His company has this year chosen to be the first to locate exclusively in the new IBC Amtrium building.