National TeleConsultants Appoints Michael Hicken CFO Posted: 13/12/2017

National TeleConsultants (NTC), a leading media technology consulting, design and software and systems integration company, announced today that Michael Hicken has been named the companys Chief Financial Officer.

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Laurie Morse to Head Corporate Strategy at National TeleConsultants Posted: 19/09/2017

National TeleConsultants (NTC), one of the most respected media technology consulting, design and systems integration companies in the world, has announced that industry veteran Laurie Morse has joined its executive management team. As head of corporate strategy, Morse will lead the companys business and marketing efforts.

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Albis Technologies to Showcase On-Demand Bandwidth Capability for Software-Defined Networking at MPLS SDN World Congress Posted: 16/03/2015

 Albis Technologies announced today that it will demonstrate a powerful new on-demand bandwidth capability for software-defined networking (SDN) at the 2015 MPLS SDN World Congress, March 17-20, in Paris. The solution, based on Albis Technologies' ACCEED family of Ethernet Demarcation Devices (EDDs), will be shown as part of a live multi-vendor interoperability showcase organized by the European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC).

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UK Ultra Slow Motion specialist Editec has been selected by Sunset+Vine to supply I-MOVIX high speed camera systems that it will use to help provide BT Sports live TV coverage of the new English Barclays Premier League season and Aviva Premiership Rugby games.

We are delighted to have appointed Editec to work on our BT Sport live production requirements said David Tippett, Executive Producer at Sunset+Vine. Over the years we have built a successful relationship with Steve Cotterill and his team. This started when they first introduced us to the early EVS servers, and now continues the exceptional I-MOVIX range of Ultra Slo Mo camera systems.
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Koreas National Broadcaster KBS Chooses SprintCam Vvs HD Ultra Motion System from I-MOVIX Posted: 06/03/2013

Koreas national television station KBS has invested in the SprintCam® Vvs HD ultra slow motion technology from I-MOVIX. KBS will deploy the  solution to enhance its coverage of domestic and international baseball, volleyball, basketball and football events.

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Editec wins Ultra SloMo contract for Saudi football season Posted: 30/08/2012

Ultra SloMo specialist Editec announced today that it has won a contract to supply I-Movix Ultra SloMo equipment, along with technical backup, for the new season of Saudi Premier League coverage. 

The contract follows a successful year of operations with Editecs now industry standard I-Movix Sprintcam Vvs high speed camera system with leading Saudi-Arabian Sports Production company Sport Expert, based in Riyadh. The new contract is for coverage of the next season of this most prestigious series. This year it has been decided to increase the rental contract up to three camera systems later in the season.

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Football Double for Editec with I-Movix SprintCam Posted: 23/05/2012

SIS Live, working with ITV Sport, took two of Editecs SprintCams to Bucharest, Romania, to add Ultra Motion replay facilities to the Europa League finals.  Editec supplied on-site support for this prestigious event, to assist with installation and technical familiarization.

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Editec at BVE 2012 with I-MOVIX ultra slow motion Posted: 31/01/2012

Editec at BVE 2012 with I-MOVIX ultra slow motion

See Editec with I-Movix on stand B1 at BVE 2012, Earls Court 2, London, 14-16 February

Editec, UK and Irelands Ultra Motion specialist and sole distributor of I-Movix products, have announced that at BVE 2012 in London they will have on show and demonstration both mainstream products from I-Movix, the I-Movix X10 solution and the I-Movix SprintCam Vvs HD system.

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Solid State Logic C10 Digital Broadcast Console Completes HD Vision for Montclair State University Posted: 19/10/2010
The Dumont Television Center, College of the Arts at Montclair State University in New Jersey recently completed the move into an all digital, HD production flow for its Studio A complex. The installation of a Solid State Logic C10 Digital Broadcast Console fulfilled the HD vision for the new facility, providing Audio Control Room A with a state-of-the-art audio console equal to that which is used for high-end professional applications. The C10 HD fits in with Montclairs initiative to offer educational and commercial learning opportunities for its students.


Montclair State University has a dynamic broadcasting program within the College of the Arts, and it has been my job to upgrade the facility into a high definition, first class, professional broadcast  environment that fulfills our education mission, says Jeff Friedman, director, Dumont Television Center, College of the Arts, Montclair State University. In the updated facility, I selected manufacturers and specific equipment that our students will come across as interns in New York City and other locations. To have our students learn on an audio console of the level of the C10 is vital, as SSL consoles are among those they will see throughout the industry.

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Montclair State University Purchases Solid State Logic C10 HD Digital Broadcast Console Posted: 15/03/2010
Montclair State University has purchased a 24-channel C10 HD Digital Broadcast Console for the recently upgraded DuMont Television Center. The C10 HD will complete the university's move into a full HD production studio for advanced course work.
The DuMont Television Center's HD suite is a place where students can work with the very latest in digital, high definition production equipment. The purchase of the SSL C10 HD console for the new control room, which is under construction, will complete the audio phase of the facility upgrade. With the introduction of the C10 HD at an attractive price point, the department can now install an SSL console to train students on the very latest audio engineering technology available. Beyond course work, the C10 HD will be used for campus projects and outside clients from the New Jersey and New York television production communities.

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I-MOVIX at NAB Posted: 25/02/2010
I-MOVIX will exhibit new products and developments in its industry-leading ultra-slow-motion range, used by top sports broadcasters, documentary crews, movie makers, and commercials producers around the world.
New Products and New Features for the 2010 NAB Show:
SprintCam Vvs HD - New Product
I-MOVIX will launch SprintCam Vvs HD, a new ultra-slow-motion system for live HD broadcast production. Featuring the outstanding quality, performance and usability of SprintCam technology, SprintCam Vvs HD operates at frame rates from 25 to 2,500 fps (up to 100 times slower than the live action) and provides instant replay at native high-definition resolution and image quality.

Two versions of the SprintCam Vvs HD are offered: a standard camera version, or optimised for shoulder-mounted portable shooting, providing an unprecedented level of convenience and creativity in ultra-slow-motion action.

The SprintCam Vvs HD system comprises: the latest generation of high-speed HD camera; an operational control panel providing real broadcast quality color matrix and control of frame rate choice; a slow motion remote allowing the user to select a video sequence and instantly replay it with an HD-SDI output for live broadcast or storage on any SDI recorder for a later use; and the camera control unit, providing control of the slow-motion instant replay, camera control, and data interface between camera, EVS server, or SDI recorder.

SprintCam V3 HD - New Features

I-MOVIX will show a new version of the SprintCam V3 HD, with enhanced functionality including image capture at frame rates of between 150 to 2,000 fps (6 - 80 times slower than live action) and instant replay in high definition (1080i resolution). First launched at the 2009 NAB Show and renowned for its unique combination of outstanding image quality; light sensitivity; flexible broadcast integration; and easy, out-of-the-box operation, SprintCam V3 HD's enhanced feature offering now includes: simultaneous capture and record; built-in intercom; integration of live and replay views in the viewfinder; segmented memory; a more compact 2U camera control unit housing; flexible EVS Multicam integration; auto-clip to enable mark-in to mark-out replay from the camera control unit; a digital lens interface for better iris and lens switch control; and added flexibility in the viewfinder interface to accommodate either Sony CRT or Grass Valley.

More information on this and other I-MOVIX products is available at
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I-MOVIX Adds New Features Posted: 28/01/2010
I-MOVIX today announced it has set an April 2010 release date for a significantly enhanced version of its SprintCam® V3 HD ultra-slow-motion system. New features include, among others, a wider range of available frame rates (from 150 to 2,000 fps) with instant replay, simultaneous capture and record, built-in intercom, and integration of both live- and replay-view on the viewfinder. 
Launched in April 2009, the SprintCam V3 HD ultra-slow-motion broadcast system already has achieved unprecedented success in sports, documentary, commercial, and movie production because of its unique combination of topnotch image quality, light sensitivity, flexible broadcast integration, and easy, out-of-the-box operation. 
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