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NEWS NAB Streaming content through the cloud G rass Valley have announced that it will provide content producers using EDIUS 7 multiformat nonlinear editing software a means of transcoding to a streaming format directly from their HQ/HQX assets. Microsoft Azure Media Services is licensing support for Grass Valleys HQ Codec/HQX Codec, opening new doors for EDIUS users by giving them the improved functionality and flexibility to upload and stream content to a wider variety of environments through the cloud. www.grassvalley.com Fiber transport applications with The Dingo Transformed 3Play product family unveiled M N ewTek have unveiled a new family of 3Play sports production solutions that includes major enhancements to the 3Play 4800, the introduction of a new 3Play 440 model, and the 3Play 425 model now starting at £7,995. Unlike most replay systems that typically rely on linear, tape-based workflows, 3Play systems feature a broad range of new integrated production capabilities for creating dynamic sports programmes that drive audience growth, brand awareness, and social media engagementall with the beautiful, network-style look of a professional sports broadcast. www.newtek.com Expanding ﬂexible storage solutions G -Technology, a leader in delivering premium storage solutions for audio/video production, photography and the creative professional market, showed the latest additions in its Evolution Series family the G-DRIVE ev SSD and the 500GB G-DRIVE ev external drive modules at NAB. Inspired by creative pros, the Evolution Series is a flexible ecosystem of G-DOCK ev docking stations and interchangeable and expandable G-DRIVE ev external drive modules with USB 3.0 that makes transferring, editing and distributing content more efficient, scalable and reliable. www.g-technology.com 26 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 89 MAY 2014 ultiDyne, a leading provider of fiber-optic-based video and audio transport solutions for broadcast and pro A/V applications, announced The Dingo, a new fiber transport platform that enables interoperability between portable and fixed infrastructure equipment, bringing unprecedented flexibility to the field of fiber transport. Available in three compatible formats, The Dingo platform offers seamless communication between openGear products and other fiber transport equipment -- both in the studio or truck and in the field, streamlining fiber transport operations. www.multidyne.com Live from NAB