|By Business Wire||
|June 10, 2014 01:00 PM EDT||
VITEC, a worldwide leading provider of powerful digital video solutions, invites you to Las Vegas, Nevada to see exciting new products and our professional-grade video technologies exhibit June 18th-20th 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Visit VITEC Booth N2154.
During InfoComm, VITEC will be providing Manufacturer Training (Session ID: MT23) on replacing traditional RF systems with Enterprise IPTV. Session will be held on June 19 (8:30-10 a.m.).
See demonstrations of our innovative, advanced video products, featuring:
FASTEST – ZERO DELAY STREAMING: MGW Sprint, powered by TurboVideo2™ technology is the World’s Fastest H.264 codec with under 1 frame glass-to-glass delay for full HD streaming and Best-in-Class input selection. Meet the new improved MGW portable encoder family - Premium, Nano, and Pico.
NEW 4K Mosaic Generator: Extensor™ SDI4Mosaic is the simplest way to connect up to 4 SDI feeds on a single mosaic display. SDI4Mosaic converts a 4K HD-SDI video source to a standard HDMI monitor.
PORTABLE RECORDERS: Focus FS-T2001 is the next generation portable media recorder for ENG/EFP recording, playback and media management. VITEC will also showcase the Focus FS-H50/60/70 Proxy Recorders which are compact, professional recorders that offer a wide range of inputs and resolutions and are compatible with popular smartphones, tablets, computers and NLEs.
ARCHIVING SOLUTION: Proxsys TC Archiver is the all new out of the box Archiving Solutions for the NewTek TriCaster Series. This Proxsys PA add-on completes a single turn-key solution that supports both network and removable disk file exchange, LTO 5/6 tape management in combination with Proxy preview technology and an intuitive browser User Interface.
EZ TV IPTV SOLUTION: VITEC has unveiled its 7th generation end-to-end IPTV solution. The award-winning EZ TV system delivers live and on-demand HD and SD video to Desktops, Laptops, TV's and Mobile devices securely and using a centralized management portal. The latest release adds powerful analysis tools and support for the latest compression standard HEVC/H.265 both in SD and HD.
“VITEC continues to develop and innovate in order to offer a broad range of solutions that address ever-changing digital video workflows,” states Mark D’Addio, VP of Business Development at VITEC. “InfoComm is an opportunity for VITEC not only to present groundbreaking technology to the market and channel but also show the practical applications for our solutions for current and prospective users.”
VITEC is a worldwide leading provider of innovative digital video products that support end-to-end media solutions for Broadcast, Corporate, Industrial, Medical, Education, Government, Military, and Telco customers. VITEC’s professional-grade video technologies have changed the landscape of how video is processed and delivered around the world and drive many of the major video services in key vertical markets. For more information, visit www.vitec.com.
All company and product names used herein may be trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective owners. © 2014 VITEC
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