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Dimetis and L-S-B announce partnership

Dimetis, software supplier providing Operations Support System (OSS) solutions, has entered into a partnership with L-S-B Broadcast Technologies, solution provider of broadcast control and monitoring systems, and customized workflow optimization solutions. [Read more]

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New features for OTT solutions

Over the Top (OTT) solutions provider Visual Unity will use the IBC 2014 platform (14.F34) to unveil the latest versions of its vuMedia multiscreen platform and vuEasy Online Video Platform. [Read more]

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SGL's FlashNet integrated with EVS server

At IBC 2014, UK based SGL will show solutions for archiving as a central element of the media and data workflow. For example, the company will be featuring integration with Sony Media Backbone, EVS fast turnaround sports production and possible disaster recovery options. [Read more]

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Audiences of the World Cup

During the 2014 FIFA World Cup the numbers of audiences all over the world were record-breaking according to Eurodata TV Worldwide. [Read more]

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Dejero introduces innovations for ENG

Dejero will demonstrate a number of innovations at IBC 2014. Among others, the company will introduce version 3.0 of their LIVE+ Core Software that powers mobile transmission solutions. Other new solutions include LIVE+ Booster, the Apple version of LIVE+ NewsBook software, and LIVE+ Carrier. [Read more]

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The new Grass Valley at IBC

The new Grass Valley will make its European debut at IBC 2014. The company will present solutions for the first time to the EMEA market including the LDX XtremeSpeed (LDX XS) camera with the K2 Dyno Replay System, the input/output cards NVISION IP 8500 Gateway, and the GV STRATUS Playout system. [Read more]

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Dejero expands global services

Dejero has relocated its global headquarters to the Waterloo Technology Campus in Ontario, which is home to more than 1,000 technology companies. The new facility is designed to support the expanding global customer base using Dejero's IP newsgathering solutions. [Read more]

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Leading Innovation and Change

This year’s IBC Leaders’ Summit will be held on Thursday, 11 September, 2014. An exclusive and invitation-only event curated specifically for 150 of the most influential and visionary people at the top of the industry, the IBC Leaders’ Summit is now in its fourth year. [Read more]

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