At the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, it was clear that when discussing the design and deployment of next generation video production and distribution infrastructures, manufacturers of the technology and processes required are now using significantly different technical terms. Now, familiar words like “encoding”, “playout” and “software defined networks’ are being replaced by computer-geek terms “Blockchain”, “Kubernetes clusters”, “Docker containers”, “software stacks” and “cyber security.”
Embracing the ‘lean engineering’ philosophy of high performing companies, such as Amazon, Google, Netflix and Tesla, will enable Grass Valley to innovate faster, and at scale.
MuxLab will showcase its new IP-based Uncompressed Gateway Converter for SDI as well as an expanded range of other drop-down solutions at IBC 2018.
Hi Tech Systems will unveil the latest in production control systems - Utility Integrator. Focused on the fast-paced needs of remote production, the system connects audio, tallies, talkback, serially controlled devices, data sources and equipment needing GPIOs at the remote location.
At IBC 2018, AJA Video Systems debuted KONA 5, a new 8-lane PCIe 3.0 video and audio I/O card supporting 12G-SDI I/O and HDMI 2.0 monitoring/output for workstations or Thunderbolt 3-connected chassis.
Rascular, a software design company will showcase the latest in control systems for SDI and IP video workflows and facilities for IBC 2018.
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