What’s new – AirBox 4.1
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What’s new – AirBox 4.1
PlayBox Technology has supplied and installed playout facilities for all three of Cambridge Community Television’s channels. These are currently running at SD but can be switched to HD when the channels migrate to the format later this year. The equipment includes three sets of playout and graphics servers together with a two-channel ingest system and a preparation server.
PlayBox Technology showcased its latest products and developments at NAB 2013. The show proved to be the right arena to present the new line of web-based solutions starting with Multi Playout Manager (MPM), NewsRoomBox and the star of the show, ScheduleBox.
New Solutions, New Business, New Records! This is how the NAB 2013 show “Where Content Comes to Life” was defined for PlayBox Technology. With a busy stand from the very first day of the show till the end, PlayBox Technology proved they continue to create the right solutions at the right time.
SPI International USA uses PlayBox to Launch New Channels
PlayBox Technology has supplied and installed a new playout system for Eurochannel television, an existing customer. The new installation provides a protected remote playout system for the Eurochannel USA and Eurochannel Latin America channels.
PlayBox Technology, the world’s leading Channel-in-a-Box manufacturer, is presenting its full range of products and services at NAB 2013. The introduction of ScheduleBox expands the company’s established range of products and modular options to meet the increasingly diverse applications for today’s playout channel needs.
PlayBox Technology reports a very successful BVE with a record number of visitors. The stand attracted interest from a wide range of broadcasters including all the major companies from the UK and many from abroad.
West Palm Beach, FLA. – Olympusat is the leading developer and distributor of independent Hispanic, Specialty and Faith & Family television networks in the United States.
It was not so long ago that a broadcaster’s Master Control Room comprised rows and rows of tall racks, packed with costly professional high-tech heat generating equipment that needed equal power to cool. This was in the heyday of dedicated hardware with each box doing its own thing: VTRs, Mixers, Still Stores, CG, Logo Generators, DSK, DA’s and many more. These were connected via the video router and orchestrated by, perhaps the only bit of IT equipment, the automation system.