Celebrating 50 years of IBC

Fifty years ago, a group of broadcast equipment manufacturers in London, decided to organise a unique exhibition – the first of its kind –...

StarSat satellite TV launches Bundesliga new season

StarSat, a digital satellite TV brand, will on the 5 August 2017 launch the new season of Bundesliga...

Thaicom signs telecom service deal with iSAT Africa

Thaicom announced recently that it has signed an agreement with iSAT Africa to provide iSAT’s key customer in East Africa with fully managed satellite telecommunications services...

Panel shootout

“These panels are perfect for the colourist on the move, such as those who grade on location where space is sometimes limited, and editors...

Broadcast technology – media distribution using Internet Protocol (IP) Networks

“The future of all communications is here, and its name is Internet Protocol.” “…the move away from SDI to IP-based workflows isn’t only about a...

The EXE-VSR at Mediatech 2017

The EXE-VSR, with 46Tb/s of switching capacity in 40RU, revolutionises the facility router. With 2304 10GbE ports, the EXE provides unmatched flexibility and scalability...

SAM’s live production update

The production demands of today must be able to cope with a range of formats and this is particularly the case with live production...

Award-winning Ross Graphite all-in-one production vehicle on show

The new Graphite, an award-winning product introduced at NAB this year, will be on show on the Concilium stand (E17). The Ross Graphite is...

Grass Valley helps broadcasters transition to IP

Long a proven networking technology for many industries, Internet Protocol (IP) technology is quickly gaining traction across the broadcast television ecosystem as broadcasters look...

The GTP-805A comes to Mediatech

The GTP-805A optical media converter is a Single-Port, Mid-Span IEEE 802.3at High Power over Ethernet Converter designed specifically to satisfy the growing demand for...
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