Qligent To Show Strengthened Vision Analytics Platform At IBC

Qligent has updated its Vision Analytics platform for IBC (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) with a fully matured, open platform that harnesses the power of data mining, machine learning and predictive data analytics. Vision Analytics exists to address three main concerns: user engagement, silent sufferers, and audience churn. Qligent will exclusively showcase Vision Analytics at a special stand (14.C19) at IBC; Qligent will also retain its usual location at […]

Quicklink To Demo Remote IP Commentary At IBC

Quicklink, a global provider of software and hardware IP solutions, will be demonstrating its Remote IP Commentary solution at IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) at stand 3.B61. The Remote Commentary solution allows the addition of audio commentary to a production in real time, incorporating ultra-low latency audio from any location with an internet connection. […]

Storage Modernization With PCIe And NVMe

In the many changes in media occurring during this age of digital transformation, production facilities are facing decisions about whether to go IP, while trying to determine the impact of producing content in UHD-TV1 (4K) and above.

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InSync Technology, Hiscale Partner On Standards Conversion Solution

InSync Technology is expanding its FrameFormer high quality software standards conversion range with the release of the new FLICS | SOLO FrameFormer (FLICS | SOLO FF) solution, which fully integrates FrameFormer within the Hiscale FLICS | SOLO transcoding solution. Offering support for a range of codecs including ProRes, AVC, DNxHD, and XDCAM, FLICS | SOLO […]

Cobalt Digital Solutions At IBC Support 4K Workflows

Cobalt Digital will showcase its card-based 4K and HDR workflow solutions for openGear frames at IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) at its stand 10.B44. Product highlights will include its new decoders and encoders, RIST Main Profile, bi-directional SDR/HDR conversion solution for live production, and new multiviewers and distribution amplifiers. Plus, the company will debut a new 12G […]

Pliant Technologies’ Showcases Crewcom Wireless Intercom At IBC

Pliant Technologies will feature the latest firmware update for its CrewCom wireless intercom system along with its newly enhanced SmartBoom series of headsets at IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) at its stand 10.F29. Pliant will also be showcasing new accessory products including its new Drop-in Charger, Fiber Hub and FleXLR gender adapter, which provide a solution […]

Signiant Expands its SDCX SaaS Platform At IBC

At IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam), at booth 14.B23, Signiant Inc., a long-time provider of intelligent file transfer, will introduce new capabilities to its SDCX (Software-Defined Content Exchange) SaaS platform to simplify secure content exchange between companies. These capabilities will first appear in the company’s newest product, Signiant Jet, which makes it easy to automate and […]

Quincy Media Installs Mediaproxy LogServer

Mediaproxy, a provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions, said that Quincy Media is to implement the LogServer compliance logging and off-air monitoring platform as part of a major overhaul of its monitoring and compliance operations. Quincy Media is based in Quincy, Ill., where it was established in the late 19th century as a publisher of […]

Julian Fernandez-Campon Named Tedial CTO

Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has promoted Julian Fernandez-Campon to chief technology officer, effective immediately. In this new role, Fernandez-Campon will be responsible for overseeing R&D, operations and customer support, working closely with the chief sales and marketing officer, and CFO to ensure that the company’s strategy aligns with industry changes and market […]

Will C-Band Survive Latest Spectrum Grab?

As if the last “spectrum reallocation” and subsequent repack hasn’t provided enough drama, there’s another move afoot to further trim broadcasters’ operational resources. This one hasn’t received the notice that the big “reverse auction” commanded, but it has the potential to send TV, radio, and cable system operators scrambling, should the FCC (and wireless providers) have their way.