Since 1993, AJA Video has been a leading manufacturer of high-quality and cost-effective digital video interface, conversion and desktop solutions for professional broadcast and post-production. Introducing groundbreaking tools such as: converters to bridge varying formats, video capture and playback cards to flexibly connect software with a range of hardware, I/O products to support the latest interfaces and portable recording devices to facilitate new workflow paradigms in television and film, AJA has helped to evolve the market for professional desktop video production.
Since its foundation DVS has developed HD systems. This long-standing expertise makes DVS the perfect partner for broadcasters who plan the transition to file-based HD workflows. The combination of IT and video in HD has been DVS’s core competence for more than two decades and can be found in all our products: DVS multi-channel video server VENICE or storage solutions such as SpycerBox or DVS-SAN are especially designed to meet broadcasters’ needs and provide an optimum tapeless workflow.
EVS offers an extended range of servers engineered to answer your market’s specific needs. Reputed as the most reliable and field-proven production solution on the market, the servers’ hardware and software were designed by highly skilled EVS engineers based on customers’ feedback. Servers are designed with advanced security features such as RAID technology, redundant and hot swappable power supplies to guarantee no operational failures during production.
Grass Valley® built the most extensive and flexible line of media servers, storage, and dedicated record/play devices in the industry. K2 offers a unified infrastructure to acquire, manage, package, and deliver content across a diverse range of broadcast media requirements and applications. T2™ iDDRs connect to all professional AV equipment, so you can integrate into any environment, without sacrificing the level of recording and playback quality you need.
Harmonic is the leading provider of cost-effective and flexible networked media storage and servers for production and broadcast. Omneons open and advanced architecture minimizes customers upfront and ongoing expenses, while enabling them to capitalize on emerging opportunities.
Harris Broadcast (now Imagine Communications) develops the audio and video tools that media companies use every day to inform and entertain audiences around the world. Harris technology can be found anywhere that media delivery is taking place – from an iconic New York City sports arena to a remote mountaintop in Rwanda.
Sapphire is a unique “channel-in-a-box” solution that provides all the functions needed to ingest, process, brand, and play out digital SD and HD TV channels over ASI or IP networks. This includes advanced capture, playout, and regionalization capabilities, as well as frame-accurate operation with MPEG-2 and H.264 compressed content. Sapphire combines the functions of a video router, a baseband video server, a logo inserter, and a character generator. All functions operate seamlessly and frame-accurately in the compressed domain under the control of internal playlists or traditional automation systems.
XOR Media develops high-performance, open, IT storage, specialized for media applications and private cloud data centers. Formerly SeaChange Broadcast, XOR Media offers open, cloud-capable, and media-optimized technologies used by hundreds of broadcasters and content providers around the world: ingest and playout codecs MediaClient and MediaServer; and the prizewinning, clustered, and scalable Universal MediaLibrary storage.
Founded in 1976, Matrox has over 35 years of experience designing software and hardware solutions for graphics, video, and imaging/machine vision applications. Matrox has earned its reputation as an industry leader by consistently meeting customer requirements for innovative technology and the highest manufacturing standards.
Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. It is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes video editing, graphic design, and web development programs.Premiere Pro is the redesigned successor to Adobe Premiere, and was launched in 2003. Premiere Pro refers to versions released in 2003 and later, whereas Premiere refers to the earlier releases. Premiere was one of the first computer-based NLEs (non-linear editing system), with its first release on Mac in 1991.
Sony Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan Minato, Tokyo, Japan. Its diversified business is primarily focused on the electronics (TV, gaming consoles, refrigerators), game, entertainment and financial services sectors. The company is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for the consumer and professional markets.The Optical Disc Archive, or ODA, is a revolutionary storage system capable of storing up to 1.5 TB of data storage on a large scale and long-term.
The basis of Hitachi’s global Social Innovation Business is a fusion of advanced IT with infrastructure technology built up over many years. IT also has a critical role in fields such as power systems and transportation systems. As times change, IT comes up against new challenges. Among these is the question of how to efficiently manage and extract new value from the ever-increasing volume of data, what has come to be known as “big data.” This is also a major factor in producing innovation in business and society.To meet this need, Hitachi supplies highly reliable cloud services that free customers from the burden of system administration and ensure the continuous availability of the latest information system infrastructure. Hitachi also supplies platform solutions that provide secure operation and management of big data based around global-market-leading storage products.