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New surface-mount design 12G-SDI BNC right angled connectors Posted: 17/01/2018
New surface-mount design 12G-SDI BNC right angled connectors

Cambridge Electronic Industries, specialist designer and manufacturer of professional quality coaxial connectors and cable assemblies for the broadcast and vision markets, announces the first product of a brand new SMT design - a 12GHz right angled BNC connector that can be placed directly onto a PCB in rapid assembly and volume production.

Tags: connectors | 4K | 12G-SDI | Cambridge | ISE
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IMAGEN EXHIBITS AT 2015 SPORTEL EVENT Posted: 08/10/2015
IMAGEN EXHIBITS AT 2015 SPORTEL EVENT

Imagen, formerly known as Cambridge Imaging Systems, will attend Sportel | The World Sports Content Media Convention located in Monaco from 12-15th October, exhibiting its flagship media asset management and publishing system Imagen, alongside its complete range of products and solutions. The company will demonstrate how sports organisations can monetise their media assets quickly, easily and cost-effectively. 

Tags: Sportel | Imagen | Cambridge imaging systems | Monaco | IMG sport video archive | racetech | stand J10.
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LATEST VERSION OF AWARD-WINNING IMAGEN ENTERPRISE VIDEO PLATFORM REMOVES COMPLEXITY FROM VIDEO MANAGEMENT Posted: 05/03/2015
LATEST VERSION OF AWARD-WINNING IMAGEN ENTERPRISE VIDEO PLATFORM REMOVES COMPLEXITY FROM VIDEO MANAGEMENT

Cambridge Imaging Systems will present the latest version of its award-winning Imagen Enterprise Video Platform on Stand D3-41 at CABSAT 2015, which features WYSIWIG interfaces to further simplify the management of vast quantities of data.

Tags: Cambridge Imaging Systems | Imagen | Video | CABSAT | CABSAT 2015 | CABSAT 2015
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Projection Studio @ 2015 e-Luminate Festival Posted: 26/02/2015
Projection Studio @ 2015 e-Luminate Festival

Large format projection artist Ross Ashton was commissioned to create a new projection artwork for the 2015 e-Luminate Festival in Cambridge, UK, which lit the front fascias of two of the citys magnificent historical buildings - Old School and Senate House - which are part of the University of Cambridge.

Tags: Projection Studio | Ross Ashton | Cambridge | e-Luminate Festival | Panasonic
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Cambridge Imaging Systems previews next-gen Imagen system and demonstrates seamless integration with partners at IBC 2014 Posted: 05/08/2014
Cambridge Imaging Systems previews next-gen Imagen system and demonstrates seamless integration with partners at IBC 2014

At IBC 2014 Cambridge Imaging Systems will preview the new version of Imagen, the world-class media management and publishing solution, as well as demonstrating strong relationships with companies including Microsoft, Quantum and Spectra Logic that will help users to create scalable, secure end-to-end workflows. The company will discuss these partnerships and present demonstrations of Imagen 3.4 at IBC 2014 on Stand 6.C23.

Tags: Cambridge Imaging Systems | Imagen | IBC | IBC2014 | Quantum | Spectra Logic | Microsoft | workflow | MAM | publishing | cloud | object | storage | backups | proxies | IBC 2014 | IBC 2014
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Presteigne Tames the Thames for Boat Race Coverage Posted: 30/04/2014
Presteigne Tames the Thames for Boat Race Coverage
 
Each April teams representing the two oldest universities in England, Oxford and Cambridge, meet on the Thames for one of the toughest challenges in rowing. A very popular event, this years race, which was covered by BBC Sport, saw Oxford claim an emphatic 11-length victory over their old rivals. Leading hire company Presteigne provided all the RF and special camera facilities, and enabled comprehensive coverage by implementing a new wireless mesh technology to route a large number of differing sources over one RF network.
Tags: presteigne | presteigne broadcast hire | oxford boat race | Cambridge boat race | boat race | BBC Sport | rf | hire | ctv | mesh | ip | cobham | cobham broadcast | bill morris | martin sexton | presteigne charter
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Cambridge Imaging Systems brings flagship MAM and publishing solutions to CABSAT 2014 Posted: 04/03/2014
Cambridge Imaging Systems brings flagship MAM and publishing solutions to CABSAT 2014

At CABSAT 2014 Cambridge Imaging Systems will present its world class cloud-based and software-based media management and publishing solutions. Cambridge Imaging Systems has also recently announced key partnerships with companies including FileCatalyst, Object Matrix and Quantum that will help clients to build scalable, secure end-to-end workflows. The company will present demonstrations of Imagen and ImagenCloud at CABSAT 2014 in Hall 6, Stand D6-41.

Tags: CambridgeImagingSystems | CABSAT | Bubble&Squeak | Publishing | MAM | CABSAT 2014 | CABSAT 2014
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MATCH ANY SYSTEM DELAYS WITH FOUR NEW VARIABLE VIDEO DELAYS FROM CRYSTAL VISION Posted: 24/10/2013
MATCH ANY SYSTEM DELAYS WITH FOUR NEW VARIABLE VIDEO DELAYS FROM CRYSTAL VISION
Crystal Vision continues its commitment to being the leading video delay provider with the launch of four new variable video delays. Providing up to ten seconds of 3Gb/s delay, 20 seconds in HD and 110 seconds in SD, the ViViD 3G range is designed for matching any system delays, with 12 of these space-saving modules fitting in 2U. New features appearing on a Crystal Vision video delay for the first time include 3Gb/s support, signal timing, video proc-amp and integrated fibre input/output.
Tags: vivid | videodelays | crystalvision | cambridge | whittlesford | fibre | synchroniser | hddelay | sddelay | broadcastindustry | interface | equipment
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CLEAR-COM RELOCATES UK HEADQUARTERS Posted: 07/02/2013
CLEAR-COM RELOCATES UK HEADQUARTERS

Clear-Com, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, announces the relocation of its UK headquarters. The new office is located at 2000 Beach Drive, Cambridge, just down the road from the companys previous UK headquarters. The new facility enables Clear-Com to continue its expansion in the region, while offering further creative resources for its staff members.

Tags: Clear-Com | Cambridge | Clear-Com UK Headquarters
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Red TX Captures The Broadcast Audio For A Number of High Profile Summer Music Events Posted: 06/08/2012
Red TX Captures The Broadcast Audio For A Number of High Profile Summer Music Events

Broadcast audio specialists Red TX sent its Red II Outside Broadcast truck to Cambridge recently to capture an extensive programme of music during the three days of the Cambridge Folk Festival.

Top folk artists including The Proclaimers, Joan Armatrading, June Tabor & Oysterband, Clannad and Seth Lakeman descended on Cherry Hinton Park for the event, which was broadcast live on Sky Arts and was presented by Zoe Ball, Mark Radcliffe and folk singer Julie Fowlis.

Tags: Red TX | Broadcast Audio | Summer Music Concerts | Cambridge Folk Festival
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Red TX Captures The Broadcast Audio For A Number of High Profile Summer Music Events Posted: 06/08/2012
Red TX Captures The Broadcast Audio For A Number of High Profile Summer Music Events

Broadcast audio specialists Red TX sent its Red II Outside Broadcast truck to Cambridge recently to capture an extensive programme of music during the three days of the Cambridge Folk Festival.

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Robotic Camera Control at regional BBC Posted: 16/03/2010
Robotic Camera Control at regional BBC
BBC Cambridge, a regional studio of the world-renowned broadcaster, has recently taken delivery of a Shotoku Broadcast 3-channel robotically controlled camera system. James Eddershaw, sales director for the camera support manufacturer made the announcement from Shotoku's European headquarters located in Staines, UK.
 
System Integrators, Dega Broadcast Systems, were responsible for the technical design, installation and commissioning of the TV facilities. Shotoku worked closely with Dega on the specification and configuration of the camera robotics.
 
David Addey from Dega commented, "The equipment was easy to understand and install and was very efficiently commissioned on site by Shotoku, who also provided training for the operators."
 
Shotoku systems can also be found at other BBC locations including London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
 
The system is comprised of two TG-18 and one TG-27 pan/tilt heads for exceptionally smooth and accurate performance at all speeds and shooting angles. Control is achieved by an external interface for production automation, and Shotoku's TR-8T touch control panel. The configuration will support the daily production schedule of regional news and current affairs programs.
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