Recent Posts tagged with Omneon

iN DEMAND Facility Embraces HD

iN DEMAND, in an effort to best meet the needs of expanding HD viewership across the country, has completed an HD upgrade of its programming, origination, and playout facility at the Comcast Media Center in Denver, CO. With the help of gear from Cisco, EMC, Evertz, Harmonic, Miranda, Omneon, and more, iN DEMAND has quadrupled […]  More

NAB 2011: Harmonic Lowers Cost of Storage with new Version of Omneon MediaGrid

At NAB 2011, Harmonic will showcase a new version of the Omneon MediaGrid active storage system that lowers the cost-of-storage capacity. The new system is the combination of new scale-out storage hardware, the ContentServer 3000, and a new version (v3.0) of the Omneon MediaGrid file system software that features integrated software RAID for efficient and […]  More

NAB 2011: Softel, Harmonic To Demo New Integrated System for Captions, Subtitles

At the 2011 NAB Show, Softel is announcing a new integrated workflow for captioning and subtitling based on integration with Omneon products from Harmonic. The joint solution works within media management applications based on Harmonic’s Omneon Media Application Server. The solution integrates Softel’s Swift vTX ancillary data encoding/transcoding system, allowing such workflows to be initiated […]  More

Harmonic Unveils Omneon MediaPort 7000 Series

Harmonic has released the new Omneon MediaPort 7000 series of video I/O modules for the Omneon Spectrum media server system. In a single unit, the MediaPort 7000 delivers new multicodec support with enhanced media processing functionality to streamline playout workflows and simplify the transition to HD. The MediaPort 7000 series enables the Spectrum video server […]  More

New Zealand’s TVNZ Launches Tapeless Production

New Zealand’s public-television broadcaster TVNZ (Television New Zealand) is operating a fully tapeless, file-based production chain at its broadcast centre in Auckland. The new installation, supported by a media-asset-management (MAM) system, was designed, built, and overseen by UK integrator TSL and covers TVNZ’s four national channels. The broadcaster, which recently finished extensive live coverage of […]  More

Serbia’s Arena Sport Builds Four HD Channels on Omneon Infrastructure

Serbia’s Arena Sport has built the region’s first HDTV station and its first fully automated file-based workflow on an Omneon video file infrastructure. Installed in Arena Sport’s brand-new Belgrade facilities by systems integrator Kompani digiTV, the Omneon (now part of Harmonic) systems provide a highly reliable platform for efficient end-to-end HD ingest, production, and playout […]  More

Harmonic Finalizes Omneon Acquisition

Harmonic has completed its acquisition of Omneon for aggregate consideration of approximately $194 million in cash and approximately 17.1 million shares of its common stock. This represents an enterprise value of approximately $273 million, based on the value of Harmonic’s common stock as set forth in the definitive acquisition agreement and net of Omneon’s cash […]  More

IBC 2010: Omneon and Harmonic Mark Pending Union With Separate Product Debuts

The ink hasn’t fully dried on Harmonic’s acquisition of Omneon, but that didn’t stop the two companies, soon to be one under the Harmonic banner, from getting together at IBC to celebrate their impending union and lay out a blueprint from the future. Harmonic President/CEO Patrick Harshman says the two companies together will be able […]  More

IBC 2010: Omneon To Streamline Content Production Workflows

At IBC 2010, Omneon will demonstrate its media storage, processing, and distribution infrastructure for enabling efficient content production workflows and distribution of content across multiple platforms. As the industry looks for ways to cope with the demands for broader distribution of content, Omneon will demonstrate how its video file-based infrastructure can help content owners and […]  More

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