Net Insight has teamed up with Miranda Technologies to display a live remote production and workflow demo at IBC.
According to Net Insight, the recent London Olympic Games has provided an example of how cost savings can be brought to broadcasters by opening the Studio LAN to a Studio WAN environment, enabling the provisioning of resources over a virtual studio network. As a result broadcasters can now cover and produce a larger number of events, over long distances, which leads to increased revenue gains and greater efficiency.
“Net Insight has driven the trend towards remote production and workflows for a long time and is pleased to see how quickly the industry has adapted to new ways of working, seeing the large commercial implementation of this trend at the London Olympics this summer,” said Per Lindgren, co-founder and vice-president of business development, Net Insight. “A high-quality, real-time network can bring broadcasters and service providers huge cost savings and enable more efforts in content creation”
The company’s Nimbra JPEG-2000 encoders and decoders were deployed by SVT, the Swedish public service television company, to meet the needs of remote production and to deliver live sports programming from London via two broadcast channels and six Internet streams. In addition, TeliaSonera International Carrier (recently acquired by Hibernia Media), Swiss broadcaster SRG SSR and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) also used the Net Insight Nimbra MSR platform to deliver remote production capabilities from sporting events in London this year.
Net Insight will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.B40. Miranda will be exhibiting on Stand 8.D41
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