Quantel to showcase Pablo NEO and Stereoscopic 3D at NAB
Quantel will be with its showcasing their Pablo Neo and demonstrating
their Stereoscopic 3D technology along with much more at NAB 2008.
The Pablo Neo which is new to the NAB show is their unique
color corrector that has been taken to a whole new level this year. Quantel’s
revolutionary Stereoscopic 3D technology will for the first time also be at
NAB. Also showcased in the booth will be Final Cut Pro integration, the
smoothest transition to online in the business as well as Quantel’s radical
approach to teamworking in Post & DI called Genetic Engineering which has
more tools and capabilities unveiled that make work really flow.
On the show floor will be some major new developments that
change the way broadcasters work for the better. It’s all about collaborative
workflows, interactive working and superfast delivery to multiple platforms. They
include the Newsbox HD system which has new options for Quantel’s complete news
production system in a box. The
sQ server that totally integrates news/sports production with lots of new
capabilities on show will also be on hand. The
Mission, Quantel’s new Media and Asset
Management system and the Dino- now distance is no object to teamworking.
Their Professional Service group will also be a part of NAB.
They include QCare the all embracing, flexible
24 hour support, Compass, a comprehensive operational and engineering training
and Free Compass Training software which is new at NAB; and now everyone can
learn Quantel for free.
Commenting on Quantel’s continued commitment to engaging with its customers via
NAB, Quantel CEO Ray Cross reflected, “We’ve always had a different approach to
the market from some of the other players who have dipped their toes in over
the last few years.
“We have a strong, direct relationship with our customers. Because of this, we
understand their real needs, concerns and plans for the future,” Cross
continued. “NAB is a truly international event for OUR industry that provides a
unique opportunity for customers from around the world to come and meet and
discuss their individual business requirements and see all our great new stuff
first hand. Quite simply, every time we ask, our customers tell us that they
want us to be there.
“Great partnerships drive great ideas forward. That’s why all our senior staff
attend NAB. Sure, there are other routes to market that we can and do use – our
stereoscopic 3D world tour is a current example. But there is no substitute for
the face-to-face meetings at NAB that cement the relationships so vital to
driving our customers’ success,” Cross concluded.