SVG Summit Technology Showcase Preview, Part 2
The 2019 SVG Summit is fast approaching and will host the largest exhibit of sports-specific production gear. In the days leading up to the Summit, SVG is highlighting the Technology Showcases that will be on display at the New York Hilton Midtown on Dec. 16-17.
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EVS (R 71) is globally recognized as the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions. Through a wide range of products and solutions, EVS delivers the most gripping live sports images, buzzing entertainment shows, and breaking news content to billions of viewers every day — and in real-time
FOR-A (R 70), a worldwide, industry-leading manufacturer, offers a wide range of broadcast and production products with a focus on cutting-edge technologies, including: HD, 4K, and IP products. FOR-A continues to offer future-ready, cost effective, advanced technology solutions.
Fujifilm’s Optical Devices Division (L 3) is showing select Fujinon lenses from its 4K UHD family of broadcast lenses while the Data Management Solutions group will be showing Digital Tape and QStar products to help organizations with large amounts of data effectively manage, maintain, and automate data movement to the appropriate tiers.
GLOOKAST (L 1) is showcasing its suite of solutions, ranging from transcoding and workflow services to feed and file ingest.
Google Cloud (MB 46) helps media organization to modernize their content production and distribution operations, while transforming audience experiences across the world.
Grass Valley’s (MB 34) end-to-end ecosystem of reliable, open standards-based solutions helps content creators, broadcasters, and media organizations to produce brilliant content and build successful media businesses. The company’s technology and trusted industry expertise empower customers to create captivating experiences that connect people anywhere, on any device, through the magic of media.
Gearhouse Broadcast and associated companies became one brand on Oct 31st. Welcome to Gravity Media (MB 39)!
In this cognitive and hybrid multicloud era, IBM Storage (P 50) helps enterprises across all industries to transform, innovate, and grow. Combining decades of storage technology excellence, experience and expertise across all industries, including sports and entertainment, IBM Storage helps organizations unlock the value of data while optimizing data economics.
IHSE USA (R 72) is showing KVM extenders used for long distance separation and switching between operators and computer sources. Video signals supported include DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI and VGA. KVM Matrix Switchers can be configured from 8 ports to 576 ports with either CAT5e/6 or fiber.
Imagine Communications (MB 37) continues to build on its globally deployed IP processing platform, optimizing the award-winning, standards-based Selenio Network Processor (SNP) to also deliver a production multiviewer, SNP-MV.
IO Industries (R 69) will demonstrate its new Volucam camera, used for volumetric video capture and slow-motion instant replay, as well as POV mini-cameras with global shutter sensors and 2K or 4K SDI output formats.
Iron Mountain (R 64) is the global leader for storage and information management services. Iron Mountain’s solutions portfolio includes records management, data management, document management, data centers, art storage and logistics, and secure shredding help organizations to lower storage costs, comply with regulations, recover from disaster, and better use their information.
Joseph Electronics (MB 38) is an authorized stocking distributor of 100+ premier broadcast and pro AV brands. Under the JFS brand, JE manufactures and supplies innovative custom fiber solutions and is equipped with a state-of-the-art fiber lab that can fabricate, terminate, or repair any connector, assembly, panel, breakout, or interface in use.
Lawo (R 68) crafts pioneering IP-network, control, audio, and video technology for exacting broadcast environments. Products include IP control and workflow solutions, network telemetry, audio consoles, multiviewers, video processing, and tools for IP and hybrid AV routing infrastructures. Lawo’s end-to-end IP solutions are based on open standards like RAVENNA/AES67 and ST2110.
LiveU (MB 35) is showcasing its HEVC-based portable encoders, Wireless At-Home Production solution for sports, and the all-new LiveU Matrix content acquisition and distribution platform. Come by the tabletop to learn how teams, leagues, and sports networks are using LiveU Matrix to easily and affordably share content.
For over 30 years, Marshall Electronics (MB 31) has been a trusted provider of high quality and reliable video, audio, and multimedia systems for broadcast video, pro audio-visual, studio audio, and industrial OEM applications worldwide. Marshall Electronics operates manufacturing facilities in the U.S., China, Japan, Korea, and Russia.
Masstech (R 75) creates intelligent, hybrid cloud-based storage, and asset lifecycle management solutions for the M&E industry. Masstech combines the experience of broadcast and video content storage management with cloud and other vanguard technology development processes and to identify and address challenges.
The Matrox (MB 22) Monarch EDGE 4K/multi-HD remote production encoder/decoder pair will showcase a variety of cutting-edge sports production workflows: cloud-based, multi-camera video production using cloud-based software, as well as synchronized, low-latency stream decoding — at resolutions up to 4K/quad HD — using the Monarch EDGE decoder.
Mediapro (MR 12) will be showing its Sports Automation system AutomaticTV and also a presentation of everything Mediapro has to offer.
Microsoft (R 63) will be highlighting cloud-based video workflow and AI capabilities.
NEP (MR 15) is the leading outsourced technical production partner supporting content producers of live sports and entertainment. The company provides the technology and know-how for remote and studio production, specialty capture, RF and wireless AV, display solutions, host broadcast support, postproduction, connectivity, playout, and media management solutions.
NewTek (P 54) is transforming the way people create network-style television content and share it with the world. NewTek gives customers the power to grow their audiences, brands, and businesses faster than ever before. NewTek will show TriCaster and NDI Software.
Nexsan (P 56) has been delivering reliable, efficient, and cost-effective digital storage solutions for media and entertainment since 1999. Nexsan has the right solution and performance for 4K and 8K UHD, virtual reality (VR) or augmented reality (AR), digital playout, nearline storage, or a secure archive to protect and monetize your media assets.
Nutanix (R 66), a trusted partner for the media industry, helps content producers transform their businesses. To learn more about how Nutanix can help your business prepare for the future, contact Nutanix at email@example.com, Twitter
@nutanix, or www.nutanix.com/demo to set up your own customized briefing.
Panasonic (P 53) is exhibiting a IP/IT open architecture live production platform with GPU video processing. A single frame aggregate processing delay is demonstrated in multiple resolutions. This ST 2110 system connects the server to a COTS I/O system via 100GB IP-link flexibility, which allows adding applications at the software level.