Recent Posts tagged with IBC 2018

SVG Sit-Down: SES’s Thomas Wrede on MX1 360, OU Flex, Future of UHD Sports Content

SES and its subsidiary MX1 had a busy IBC 2018 in Amsterdam last month, rolling out a bevy of eye-catching demos, highlighting their primary transmission platforms for M&E, and announcing new partnerships with broadcasters and content creators. At its booth, SES erected a massive screen set up with commercial live customer UHD feeds, highlighted its […]  More

Ikegami Reports Increased Interest in HDR Equipment After IBC 2018

Ikegami reports rapidly growing interest in high dynamic range production (HDR) equipment among delegates attending the 2018 International Broadcasting Convention. Held in Amsterdam every September, IBC is Europe’s largest annual broadcast trade show. The event this year attracted 1,700 exhibiting companies and 55,884 registered attendees.  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Quantum’s Molly Presley on new StorNext features, the power of NVMe, and more

Fresh off naming Jamie Lerner president/CEO in June, Quantum arrived in Amsterdam for IBC 2018 with enhancements to the Xcellis scale-out storage-appliance portfolio, including the latest version of StorNext (v6.2) with plenty of new features and the addition of Excelero private-labelled NVMe (non-volatile memory express) storage to accelerate ingest and other high-performance media tasks. NVMe […]  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Masstech Innovations’ Mike Palmer on the benefits of software-defined storage and the move to the cloud

Last year at IBC 2017, the Masstech Innovations moniker debuted following the merger of SGL and Masstech. One year later, the fruits of that merger are becoming apparent. Both companies’ flagship products, SGL’s FlashNet software-defined storage and Masstech’s MassStore engine, are now under the same portfolio. With the merger process completed, Masstech Innovations hit IBC […]  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Square Box Systems’ Dave Clack on new AI and object-storage features in CatDV MAM system

At IBC 2018, Square Box Systems rolled out new and updated features for its flagship CatDV media-asset–management solution, including the launch of AI features (previewed at NAB 2018 in April) for speech-recognition and image analysis, ingest capabilities from S3 object-based storage, a new notifications service for multisite/multi-user workflows, and more. During the show, SVG sat […]  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Intelsat’s Rob Cerbone on CellSat, EpicNG, 4K/8K Contribution, and the Impact of 5G on Satellite

Intelsat was at IBC 2018 showcasing its latest transmission and contribution services, including the CellSat hybrid bonded-cellular/satellite solution (in partnership with Dejero) and the launch of the EpicNG High Throughput Satellite service. In addition, Intelsat highlighted several recent customer wins, including a contract extension for satellite services with Mexico’s Grupo Televisa. During the show, SVG […]  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Arista’s Ed Chapman on the benefits of IP infrastructure for live sports production

Arista was at IBC last month preaching the power of IP for broadcasters. As sports-content creators look to streamline their operations by implementing IP-based infrastructure, Arista believes, its IP switches and technology will play a key role. In addition, Arista gear has already been deployed in several IP migrations by major sports broadcasters, including NEP […]  More

IBC 2018 Reflections: Veritone’s Drew Hilles, Wazee’s Greg Loose on the companies’ merger and AI’s coming of age

Having acquired Wazee Digital last month, AI specialist Veritone was on hand at IBC 2018 highlighting the expanded integration of its aiWARE operating system with Wazee’s Digital Core (SaaS digital-asset management) and Media Hub (video captured in a central location, then made available for global access) platforms. With the integration, Veritone is creating what SVP […]  More

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