NEP Sweden, a division of NEP Europe, has selected EVS XT4K ChannelMAX servers to drive the ingest, playout, slow motion replay and highlights production within its new UHD-1 OB truck. The mobile production unit was used for the first time for live coverage of the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship from the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.
Costing from €80,000, the instant replay machine is claimed to be the world’s most affordable and powerful multi-functional 4K server.
The University of Miami, the home of Hurricanes Athletics, is set to become the first university in the US to deploy EVS’ DYVI switcher to produce live sports.
Madrid-based Tilt, a bespoke audio and video broadcast service provider, is reaping the benefits of a 48-fader Artemis Light console from Calrec for its UM003HD mobile production unit.
Since 2005, Austrian community television channel, Okto TV, has helped a wide, varied range of groups to create exciting and engaging programming to bring their ideas, interests and insights to new audiences across the country. When the time came to upgrade its standard definition infrastructure, the Okto team had to design a studio facility that was adaptable to the creative needs of its customers, with growing requests for live streaming, live graphics manipulation and external media playback.
Regional Russian broadcaster, Nika-TV has installed Rohde & Schwarz video server Venice to cope with studio production and playout operations.