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Events coming soon

Nevion is participating in a number of events this year across the world. The events are typically announced a few weeks before they take place. Stay tuned for upcoming events.

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NAB 2017, a showcase for IP standards

With NAB 2017 almost upon us, it’s a good time to reflect on how far the industry has travelled in the last few months when it comes to standards for IP in the facilities, as well as what visitors can expect from Nevion at the show. The key role of AIMS […]

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Nevion Whitepaper – The Future of Broadcast

The Future of Broadcast White Paper

One of the biggest trends to affect the industry in recent years is the transition to IP — using a standardized network infrastructure and connectivity to transport video and audio throughout the broadcast ecosystem. As an organization that has been working on this transition for many years, we at Nevion […]

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Infrastructure virtualization – better sharing for better production

Infrastructure Virtualization

This week, Nevion announced that Norway’s TV 2 has chosen Nevion for intra- and inter-facility IP media transport. This is a very exciting project in many ways, not least because it’s a bold step towards Infrastructure Virtualization. Together with Media Function Virtualization (covered in an earlier blog), Infrastructure Virtualization is […]

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Norway’s TV 2 chooses Nevion for intra- and inter-facility IP media transport

TV 2 Norway Logo

SDN solution will enable distributed production between the broadcaster’s two main locations Oslo, Norway, 27 March 2017 – Nevion, award-winning provider of virtual media production infrastructure, announced today that TV 2 (www.tv2.no), the largest commercial television broadcaster in Norway, has selected Nevion to provide the IP-based software defined network (SDN) […]

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What is Media Function Virtualization and why does it matter?

The trend for high-tech equipment, in any industry, has been a progressive move from expensive and highly specialized customized hardware towards platforms running software that delivers the functionality required and which can be updated remotely (field upgradable). The broadcast industry is not immune to this trend, starting with the way […]

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