TelVue – TelVue used the 2015 GV Expo to showcase several of its solutions, including TelVue GoToAir, an IP video production app that turns a laptop into a virtual control room; InfoVue, a digital signage solution that can accommodate weather, traffic, video, websites, slideshows and RSS info; HyperCaster, a broadcast server that can accommodate up to 20 HD or SD channels; and the TelVue Connect and CloudCast systems, which allow users to upload, transcode, distribute and stream video via the cloud.
Artel Video Systems – Artel demoed its integrated DigiLink, Fiberlink and Scan Do product lines at the 2015 GV Expo, as well as a selection of solutions for 4K, IP, Ethernet, and JPEG 2000 delivery. New this year was the DigiLink DL4120 chassis, which offers integrated 20×20 3G routing, Ethernet switching and chassis management capabilities, as well as the new DigiLink dual port L-band demodulator, which can receive up to two L-band signals and convert them to DVB-ASI for transport.
Quantum – At the GV Expo, Quantum showed off the new Xcellis, a shared workflow storage system that consolidates media and metadata management. Desigend to support hosted applications and extend connectivity options, the Xcellis integrates the components of workflow storage into a single hardware solution that runs on the Quantum StorNext 5 media workflow platform. The solution supports online work in process, ingest and delivery, and archive through Quantum’s Lattus object storage, LTO tape and Q-Cloud services. The system can handle a number of production and archive options, including multistream 4K editing and extended online storage.