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Data analysis and capturing meta-data allows use of more value-added video data.

Socionext Announced a New Media Edge Server SoC at the 2017 NAB Show April 28th 2017 - 12:05 PM

Socionext, a global expert in SoC-based imaging and computing solutions, has developed a prototype of a media edge server, the M820, which features the company’s hybrid codec technology. A demonstration utilizing TeraFaces®, the face recognition software provided by Tera Probe, was showcased during the 2017 NAB Show.

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Democratizing sports production

Amateur Soccer Gets Web Streaming Platform April 28th 2017 - 10:00 AM

German sports production company Wige Media has launched web TV platform, www.sporttotal.tv, using Pixellot automated sportscasting solutions.

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Dominator AT 3G.

​Dominator AT/3G is Slomo.tv’s Latest Recording Server April 26th 2017 - 01:50 PM

German system integrator Slomo.tv debuts multichannel 3G/HD/SD video recording server Dominator AT/3G.

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EVS has developed a connector called IPLink for Avid.

EVS and Avid Enhance Live Workflow April 24th 2017 - 10:30 AM

EVS and Avid have collaborated to support fast-turnaround live production workflows for users of their systems

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​Streamstar’s X2 for Live Production on a Budget April 22nd 2017 - 07:00 PM

Streamstar’s X2 is a live stream production platform costing less than $3500, targeting non-broadcast users.

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The new facility features a giant Panasonic 4K/UHD video board that displays live 4K images from six Grass Valley LDX 86 cameras.

Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center Upgrades Production Capabilities to 4K with Grass Valley Technology April 22nd 2017 - 01:00 PM

The NBA’s Sacramento Kings recently finished their second season at their new home, The Golden 1 Center, which reportedly cost half a billion dollars and features the latest in technology for the enjoyment of fans in attendance. The new technology—much of it supplied by Grass Valley—includes hundreds of 4K displays throughout the venue and a giant scoreboard with equally impressive (and immersive) images.

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