Bridge Technologies, Clear-Com and Solid State Logic join AIMS
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has announced that Bridge Technologies and Solid State Logic have joined AIMS as associate members. Clear-Com has joined AIMS as a full member.
Bridge Technologies creates advanced systems for ensuring high-quality, profitable digital media service delivery in broadcast, cable, satellite, OTT, and telecoms applications. Its sophisticated platform for converging digital media services encompasses award-winning products and solutions, including analysis, measurement, and monitoring systems; intelligent redundancy switching; and comprehensive analytics solutions for TV Everywhere providers. Compatible with all major industrial standards, ruggedised for reliability in challenging environments, and built for low-energy operation, Bridge Technologies systems bring greater efficiency to digital media businesses by making it simpler to manage complexity.
Clear-Com, an HME company, is a global provider of award-winning professional portable wired and wireless intercom systems. Clear-Com’s solutions are used for broadcast, live performances and events, sports, military, aerospace, and government applications. Recognised by its customers for high-quality, reliable, scalable, and low-latency audio solutions, Clear-Com provides tailored solutions that address the specific communication requirements of each customer, regardless of size and complexity.
From audio consoles to video production systems, Solid State Logic has evolved to become a leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for film, audio, video, and broadcast professionals. Long-form video and major TV productions benefit from the unique qualities of SSL products the world over. Leading national and international broadcasters have similarly embraced the company’s innovative technology to streamline operations and ensure high-quality output. Radio and television clients include BBC UK, NHK Japan, ABC USA, Fox USA, NBC USA, CBS USA, NDR Germany, Swedish Television, RAI Italy, and NOB Netherlands.
“The march toward IP standardisation gets louder as more vendors join our effort every month,” said Michael Cronk, AIMS board chair. “We’re happy to welcome Bridge Technologies, Clear-Com, and SSL. Their expertise in product and workflow development and their service to the broadcast and media industries will be invaluable as we move forward.”