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Quantum to Showcase Expanded Media Workflow Capabilities of StorNext-Powered Solutions at IBC2016 Posted: 01/09/2016
At the IBC2016 show (Sept. 8-13 in Amsterdam), Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) will feature enhancements to its StorNext(R)-powered Xcellis(TM) and Lattus(R) storage solutions that bring greater efficiency and flexibility to diverse media workflows while reducing overall costs. Visitors to the Quantum stand 7.B27 will see how Xcellis workflow storage now supports animation/VFX and editorial within a single shared environment and also optimizes technology deployments by running media workflow applications within a converged architecture. In addition, the company will demonstrate content transcoding and delivery directly from Lattus object storage.
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AURALEX HEADS TO THE SET OF HIT TV SERIES HAWAII FIVE-O WITH AUDIO RESOURCE HONOLULU TO TREAT ADR SPACE Posted: 13/04/2011
Auralex® Acoustics, Inc. (NAB Booth SL8810), the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, arrives on the set of CBSs hit series, Hawaii Five-O, as part of Audio Resource Honolulus (ARH) on-set ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement, also known as looping or dubbing) team.

Tags: Auralex Acoustics | Hawaii Five-O | Audio Resources Honolulu | 2\" Studiofoam Wedges | NAB 2011
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Riedel MediorNet Fiber Network At The Alpine Ski World Cup 2011 Posted: 25/03/2011
The broadcasters ORF, ZDF and HD Resources used extensive Riedel MediorNet systems for distributing the signal at the Alpine Ski World Cup in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. A total 29 mainframes were installed for integrating the OB truck with the venues Kandahar and Gudiberg, the Medal Plaza as well as the IBC and the TOC of the broadcast providers. 
 
The Austrian public broadcaster ORF used a comprehensive MediorNet installation for integrating the different positions such as the commentary booths, the Medal Plaza, the TOC or the OB truck into one single network. Furthermore, the signals from various cameras between the ORF studios, the finish area, the OB truck and the IBC were distributed over the MediorNet network. In addition, MediorNet transported the broadcast feed between the different venues and the studios.
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