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Transitioning to Broadcast IP Infrastructures; Part 2 - Practical Topologies and Systems March 2nd 2021 - 09:30 AM

Our first Essential Insights is a set of three video episodes in which we discuss transitioning to IP with industry experts. We explore the fundamental challenges during the planning stage. The decisions that need to be made, and the long-term thinking needed to maintain flexibility, scalability and resilience.

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Diversified Systems Builds Cost-Effective IP Network For Power Station At BerkleeNYC March 3rd 2021 - 09:00 AM

A number of new production facilities are now being designed and built around the ST 2110 standard for video over IP, but the cost has been prohibitive for many others. The engineers at Diversified Systems Inc. (DSI), a veteran systems integrator, were challenged by this when it came to a recent project to add cameras to the recording studios of New York City’s renown Power Station.

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Grass Valley Strikes $5 Million Multi-Year Deal With Gravity Media March 1st 2021 - 09:30 AM

Grass Valley and Gravity Media partner for major sporting events with multi-year live production infrastructure deal.

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SOLVING IP ROUTING FOR BROADCASTERS: PART 2 - NMOS Progress For Broadcast Control February 24th 2021 - 09:00 AM

IP networks are delivering outstanding success for broadcasters, both in terms of scalable functionality and flexibility. And the recent NMOS suite of specifications is improving integration and control, with IS-06 and IS-07 accelerating the process.

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Black Box MCX Gen 2 Controller.

Black Box MCX Gen 2 Controller For MCX AVoIP February 18th 2021 - 10:00 AM

The new MCX Gen 2 Controller is presented as an all-in-one network controller and manager for the Black Box MCX AV-over-IP (AVoIP) multimedia distribution and management system.

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The new Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.

IP Network Performance Relies On Real-Time Management February 17th 2021 - 10:30 AM

By now it’s become clear that IP networks bring new types of useful capabilities and flexibility that can’t be ignored. However, if you want to ensure Quality of Service (QoS) by minimizing packet loss, latency and adverse network reliability issues, a comprehensive software management layer is critical to optimal network performance.

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