Monthly Archives: August 2011

T-VIPS launches TNS544 TSoIP Switch

Written on August 29, 2011 at 15:20, by

T-VIPS will launch the TNS544 TSoIP Switch at IBC 2011. This product is the newest member of the T-VIPS nSure video transport line. Customers will include DTT, Satellite and Telco operators, and broadcasters using IP head-end infrastructure and networks. The TNS544 provides intelligent redundancy switch-over between MPEG Transport Streams delivered over IP networks. It ensures […]  More

Nevion debuts VideoIPath system

Written on August 29, 2011 at 15:07, by

Nevion will showcase VideoIPath for optical networks, a completely managed video services system for broadcasters’ fiber-based networks. VideoIPath is a fully integrated system, combining advanced transport hardware for contribution-quality video transport with comprehensive end-to-end control, monitoring, and management. VideoIPath’s optical networking is driven by Flashlink and Sublime optical components and provides a cost-efficient solution for […]  More

LiveU unveils uplink product line

Written on August 29, 2011 at 15:00, by

LiveU manufactures broadcast-quality, video-over-cellular products that allow live video transmission (HD and SD) from any location.  LiveU will be unveiling its new line of HD/SD uplink products at IBC 2011. LiveU products, deployed by Tier-1 broadcasters and news agencies in over 60 countries, have been used to cover high-profile events, such as the 2011 British […]  More

EBU and Futuresource to examine market

Written on August 26, 2011 at 14:35, by

Futuresource Consulting, working with the august body of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), has announced the launch of new research into the key business challenges and future opportunities for European broadcasters in an evolving market.  More

Snell unveils Vega and more

Written on August 26, 2011 at 13:24, by

So hot off the presses it hasn’t even made it into a press release yet, Snell will be launching the Vega multiformat fibre/coax/triax router at IBC, which allows users to be totally asymmetric in their routing. “Any connection can be input or output at your whim, and the relative size can be smaller than anything […]  More

Accreditation row threatens Rugby World Cup coverage

Written on August 26, 2011 at 12:16, by

Sport Business: A row over media accreditation regulations is threatening to disrupt coverage in Australia of the upcoming Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. The two areas of dispute centre on the quantity of video that can be used for reporting news on digital platforms and video-based advertisements that accompany news coverage or match highlights.  More

Panasonic drops Olympic-sized hints

Written on August 26, 2011 at 10:56, by

While we’re going to have to wait a couple of weeks to find out exactly what Panasonic is up to at London 2012, the company promises that it will be using IBC to focus on a number of key technology areas, namely its latest camcorder and display technology, and advancements to its flexible codec and […]  More

Net Insight’s lack of jitters in Daegu

Written on August 26, 2011 at 10:27, by

Via its partner SanAm Technology, Net Insight has been chosen as the preferred technology provider for live video production feeds at the IAAF World Athletic Championships in Korea. The Nimbra 680 will be placed onsite at the master control room and event presentation room and live streams will also be distributed to and displayed on […]  More

Gefen brings 1080p to digital signage

Written on August 25, 2011 at 20:13, by

Gefen is introducing a new HD Digital Signage Media Player at IBC that outputs digital signage content as 1080p full HD video with audio for high definition systems and supports HDMI, component, composite and S-video devices with audio. Calendar-based scheduling comes with Gefen Content Management Software (CMS) accessible through a network that manages all digital […]  More

TSL wires up Seagulls’ ground

Written on August 25, 2011 at 14:48, by

Proof that stadium TV systems aren’t just reserved for the top flight: Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club’s promotion to the Championship (UK second division football, basically) coincided with a move to a brand new stadium and the installation of a television system designed and integrated by broadcast systems integrator TSL.  More