Discovery’s leading multi-sports brand, Eurosport, has selected Grass Valley solutions as part of a major technology transformation to provide ‘true cloud’ architecture supporting playout across the network’s sports broadcasts.
Here, we take a look at the landmark installation at the University of Notre Dame that highlights one of the biggest advantages of IP-based systems - flexibility. In the past networks have required a lot of cables and interconnections, today, a single cable can deliver every signal to any endpoint in real time, and with outstanding quality, and robustness.
With a mature cloud-based product strategy and a new CEO, MediaKind is looking to help customers reduce latency and maintain quality for their enterprise-level video processing and delivery infrastructures. This IT-centric product road map, developed over the past 18 months, includes support for ST 2110 workflows and access to microservices that enables channels to be launched quickly and efficiently… and taken down equally fast.
Global broadcast solutions specialist, ES Broadcast, has made a significant purchase of Grass Valley’s revolutionary LDX 100 IP camera platform. The UK-based company has invested in 50 cameras, with an option on 50 more before the end of the year, to meet increasing client demand for the LDX 100 and to prepare for major sporting events in 2021.
BBC Cymru Wales is broadcasting live from its state-of-the-art Central Square facility in Cardiff, leveraging Grass Valley’s end-to-end, open standards-based IP infrastructure and workflows.
PlayBox Neo marks the 21st anniversary of the AirBox broadcast playout system with the latest refinements to its 1U and 3U Neo servers and IP-based Cloud2TV. These bring additional operating features and increased connectivity.