In this IBC 2019 special, Nevion looks at recent sport-related projects and considers the trends for the industry. Read the article here.
Brazilian Rede Globo affiliate based in Manaus has chosen Nevion’s software defined media node, Virtuoso, to make its content production more flexible. Read the whole article (in Portuguese) here.
At the recent Riot Games Korea, Riot employed REMI or ‘at-home’ remote audio and video production workflows, using amongst other Nevion Virtuoso for audio processing and H.264 video decoding. Read the full article here.
Although IP is by now a familiar method for broadcast contribution over wide area networks (WANs), and its use in local area network(LAN) environments is becoming more common for broadcast signal transport within studio- and campus facilities, it is important to be aware of the key drivers for this move. Olivier Suard, Vice President […]
According to research carried out on behalf of Nevion, in 2018, over 40% of global broadcasters had already started moving towards IP. Since then, this trend has become increasingly prevalent as broadcasters want to leverage the flexibility of IP to transform their workflows to “do more with less”. The key […]
“What’s Driving The Move To IP?” asks Olivier Suard, Nevion VP of MArketing. The answer is that new facilities, remote production needs among top reasons for IP boom. This article explores how the drive the move to IP, and also highlights that other opportunities exist for broadcasters to “dip their […]
In this article based on a a Nevion whitepaper, VP Marketing Olivier Suard summarizes some of the key design and architecture decisions that need to be made when creating an IP-based media network for broadcast live-production. See the full article here. Download the related whitepaper here.
At NABShow 2019, Nevion CEO Geir Bryn-Jensen explained on Cisco’s social media channels how the two companies partnered to build one of the world’s first multi-location IP media production networks delivered with spine and SDN. Watch the video on Cisco’s social media channels: Twitter Facebook LinkedIn
For most people operating outside of broadcast circles, the transition to IP is increasingly seen as ancient history with telcos long leading the way and leaving broadcasters in their wake. So why is it that many years later, the concept of embracing and pioneering IP in a broadcast landscape remains […]
In an interview with Newsline Report at the NABShow 2019, SVP and GM, Nevion Americas, Sandra White, summarizes Nevion’s activities in Latin America, and highlights the deal signed by Rede Amazonica at the show. Read the full article (in Spanish) here or watch the video (in English) below.