IBC 2019: Nevion to place spotlight on real-life case studies
Virtualised media production vendor Nevion will be dedicating its booth at IBC to sharing real-life stories of the projects it has recently undertaken and how its solutions have been used to transform its customers’ workflows.
The Architects of Virtualised Media Production’ will be using real-world case studies and demo networks to explain the capabilities of its solutions and products. Nevion will also emphasise the importance of people, their expertise and experience, in ensuring the success of transformative solutions enabled by IP and virtualisation.
Visitors to the Nevion stand will be able to find out about the newest features of VideoIPath, its orchestration and SDN control system, which includes a new connect tool to simplify SMPTE ST 2110 element stream connections with support for grouping, shuffling and copying of element streams. VideoIPath now also has a new Kubernetes Docker architecture. This container-based architecture, designed for Cloud applications, automates deployment, scaling, and management of the system, which enables VideoIPath to handle even the largest broadcast facilities.
Nevion will also showcase the latest updates to Nevion Virtuoso, its flagship software-defined media node, which now boasts the world’s first deployment of JPEG XS and was one of the first products in its category to test successfully for the SMPTE ST 2110 standard.
Nevion staff will also be on hand to talk about the company’s services, which are designed to help customers before, during and after the deployment of solutions. In particular, they will highlight Nevion’s Service Operation Center, which allows customers to outsource the monitoring and optimization of their network to Nevion – enabling them to concentrate on content creation.
The event will also be an opportunity for Nevion to highlight its partnership with Sony Professional Solutions Europe.
Geir Bryn-Jensen, CEO, Nevion, said: “So far, this year has been very successful for Nevion, with many new customer projects agreed and delivered and exciting developments in our products, including Nevion Virtuoso passing rigorous SMPTE ST 2110 qualification tests performed by the JT-NM. This has, of course, been topped off by the recently announced Sony partnership. IBC will be a great opportunity for us to elaborate on the details of our success, as well as our plans for the coming months, and to share our insights and expertise as the move to IP gathers pace.”