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DCC Labs launches Freestyle digital TV software service Posted: 27/04/2015
DCC Labs launches Freestyle digital TV software service

DCC Labs, a Digital TV software integrator and developer, specialising in STB and connected client software, is launching its Freestyle software service for TV operators and system integrators.  The new service, which is being unveiled at TV Connect 2015 in London, represents a departure from the traditional industry approach of taking a pre-existing middleware product and shoehorning it into the individual operators requirements.  Instead, the new service builds a hybrid client from the ground up, using open stack components based on HTML5 and QML to create a pre-integrated, optimised user experience.

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DCC Labs launches Freestyle digital TV software service for TV operators and systems integrators at TV Connect 2015 Posted: 25/03/2015
DCC Labs launches Freestyle digital TV software service for TV operators and systems integrators at TV Connect 2015

DCC Labs, a Digital TV software integrator and developer,  specialising in STB and connected client software, is launching its Freestyle software service for TV operators and system integrators at TV Connect on Stand 124.  The new service represents a departure from the traditional industry approach of taking a pre-existing middleware product and shoehorning it into the individual operators requirements.  Instead, the new service builds a hybrid client from the ground up, using open stack components based on HTML5 and QML to create a pre-integrated, optimised user experience.

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Riedel MediorNet Networked Video Signals at ESPNs X Games Posted: 28/09/2010
x games At the production of the 16th X Games annual action sports competition, which featured more than 200 of the world's best athletes competing in BMX Freestyle, Moto X, Rally Car and Skateboard, ESPN used a multi-node MediorNet installation from Riedel Communications onsite to distribute video signals between the different locations for the live event.
 
MediorNet, a fiber-based signal transport solution with point-to-multipoint capabilities, provided a network allowing the routing of more than 30 video signals. Six MediorNet mainframes with 40 inputs and 48 outputs fed various video walls as well as commentary positions with information and program from the different event locations. The installation connected the Tech hub on Georgia St, the production suite on 11th St., the patch room, the Staples Center, the Nokia Theater, Nokia Plaza and the Park/Street venue located at L.A. Live's event deck.
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