Viacom18, part of Network18 Group, one of India’s most diversified media and entertainment (M&E) conglomerates, has deployed Nevion’s contribution solution. The solution, delivered in just three weeks by Nevion, is being used for the live coverage of the hugely popular TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) of cricket.
Nenion’s media orchestration platform VideoIPath has won a Best in Show award at the NABshow 2023
Nevion is launching Virtuoso RE, a smaller-form factor software-defined media node. Designed on the same principles as Virtuoso MI, Nevion’s carrier class appliance, Virtuoso RE is smaller and more light-weight, making it ideal for shallower racks and rackmount flight cases.
Nevion has added several new features for VideoIPath as part of the continuous development of its leading media orchestration platform. These new additions are designed to make it even easier for users to be in control of their production resources.
Nevion’s software-defined media node Virtuoso has been enhanced with new wide-area network (WAN) capabilities. The new functionality, which is focused on transport streams (TS) is eminently suited for broadcast contribution and remote production applications.
Nevion and TAG Video Systems announced today a partnership to simplify the deployment of IP-based broadcast production solutions.
Nevion has been certified for compliance to the ISO 27001 (Information Security Management Systems) standard
Norwegian broadcaster TV 2 and telecom service provider Telenor will be building a sports production ecosystem using Nevion solutions, products, and services.
Nevion’s media orchestration platform, VideoIPath, now supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) Media Services.
Nevion has provided a contribution solution to Italian telecom service provider EI Towers to support the coverage of Italy’s top football (soccer) league, Serie A.
VideoIPath now supports federation, or the ability for multiple autonomous instances of VideoIPath to collaborate within and across locations.
Nevion commissioned leading UK research house, OnePoll, to survey 250 senior technology decision makers within the broadcast industry on their attitudes to Cloud adoption within their organization. The respondents came from 10 regions across the globe, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, the Nordics, Spain, the UK and the U.S.