BitFire Networks To Celebrate First Year
To celebrate its one-year anniversary later this year, video transmission provider BitFire Networks announced plans for continued expansion.
It will open a 16,000 square foot studio and production facility, complete with two sound stages and one-of-a-kind production technology in Phoenix as it continues to expand its core product offering with an eye toward the ever-changing landscape of content production.
LED systems and walls will create real-time, reactive environments enabling a fully immersive experience. This cutting-edge technology highlights the use of Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Mixed Reality (MR), emphasizing the use of computer-generated content to create engaging new worlds for a more intricate story-telling experience.
Led by industry veteran Bob Sullivan, president-CEO, the team at BitFire has combined an advanced IP transport network with remote production services
“As we enter our second year, we look forward to more exciting opportunities and continuing to push the adaption and development of our broadcast-caliber IP video transport platform,” Sullivan said. “Given the breadth of our production solutions, combined with our commitment to continued development, we believe our reputation will continue to soar.”
In BitFire’s first year, the team worked with clients that included the MLB Network, CBS Sports, Tegna, Tamron Hall and Judge Jerry, the Academy Awards, the NHL, PGA Tour and NCAA Tournament.