In this opinion piece for TVBEurope, Nevion CEO explains the importance of R&D for technological companies like Nevion.
During IBC2018, SVG sat down with Ed Chapman, VP, business development, alliances, and sales, to discuss Arista’s role in the broadcast industry’s IP revolution, how the company has used its skill set from other sectors to benefit broadcast, the importance of partnering with traditional broadcast vendors to accommodate the IP […]
German TV service provider Plazamedia invested in a completely IP-based broadcasting center, which went live in August. It is based on a SDN under the control of VideoIPath, and also features Nevion Virtuoso for video and audio transport and processing. Read the article (in German) here.
Like businesses in every industry, technology-based companies are constantly subject to change. If anything, because of the very nature of their business, tech companies face changes that are more frequent, more rapid and often more dramatic. In this article for CEO Today, Nevion’s CEO, Geir Bryn-Jensen discusses the essentials of […]
Increasing audience demands for more content and more engagement are driving a new wave of remote production, but the big players (including Nevion) stress that, as ever, connectivity is a key factor. Read the article here.
Production company STV Denmark and technology provider HDR are delivering live TV coverage on 232 race-days across nine tracks in Denmark this year, all with an IP backbone. SVG Europe sat down with STV Head of Production Jens Villebro and HDR Systems Integration Technical Team Lead Marc Bostrom to learn […]
At NAB 2018, Nevion’s VP Marketing, Olivier Suard, was interviewed by IABM TV, and asked to explain Nevion’s vision for where broadcasting is heading, and in particular the importance of standards, LAN/WAN convergence and virtualization. Watch the video here
As part of SVG Europe’s Sit Down series, Nevion’s Marketing VP Olivier Suard talks about Nevion’s view on remote production and furture IP trends. Read the article here
This article, which includes contributions from Olivier Suard, VP Marketign at Nevion, asks: given the mounting evidence that broadcasting companies are keen to invest in IP solutions, how long will it be before they transition to it? Read the article here (go to page 38)
Mark Wilson-Dunn, Vice President of Media & Broadcast, BT, talks about the terrestrial IP contribution service it has developed and delivered to Premier League Productions (PLP), a partnership between the Premier League and IMG, which features Nevion media nodes and is under the control of Nevion’s VideoIPath. Read the article here