A virtual press conference from Sound & Video Contractor

Pacific Television Center Increases Capacity to Australia and New Zealand

pactv_lafacility.jpg

Company Deploys OC48 from Los Angeles to Sydney; OC12 from Sydney to Auckland

LOS ANGELES, CA – Pacific Television Center (PacTV), a Los Angeles-based, independent global transmission and production company, is continuing to enhance its global reach by increasing their capacities between Los Angeles and Sydney to an OC48 and between Sydney and Auckland to an OC12.

“We are very excited to move forward with these additional expansions,” says Howard Fine, Vice President Broadcast Services, Pacific Television Center. “The commissioning of the OC48 to Sydney and the OC12 to Auckland, basically completes the current upgrade to our primary fiber network-the opportunities are very promising at this pivotal moment in the industry.”

PacTV’s roster of clients in Australia and New Zealand know the company to be at the center of broadcast technology trends for more than 30 years, providing affordable solutions and services to multiple industries around the world. These long standing relationships, along with the increasing appetite for improved quality options over the Pacific, prompted PacTV to move forward with this investment in permanent infrastructure and capacity. In addition, local connectivity includes instant access to BT Tower-London, The Switch Los Angeles, AT&T Hollywood Hub, Sydney DVN, GlobeCast Australia and Sky New Zealand-Auckland. Other points of presence on PacTV’s global network include New York, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Toronto and Paris.

As with their OC48 launch to London earlier this year, PacTV will be able to provide richer HD/SD content via JPG2000 circuits, supported by a new Advanced Transport Platform (ATP) developed by Evertz. The advantages of this format include lossless compression, no cantonation, ability to carry HD and SD content without reconfiguring the encoders/decoders and no lip sync drift. Compression is planned at 100mb for HD and 50mb for SD signals.

The new service is scheduled to launch July 1, 2010 and is made possible through a formal, strategic alliance with GlobeCast Australia, which is independently owned and operated.

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: Case Studies, Infrastructure, News, Video

RTI’s New Control System Kit Delivers Simplicity and Convenience at an Attractive Price
Martin Audio Offers EASE Sound Design Support For MLA
Next Generation ADDERLink Products to Launch at ISE
Navori Opens Office in Germany to Support Regional Growth
Hairel Enterprises Picks Vista Systems’ Spyder for Video Projection System in Faith Bible’s New Sanctuary
Renkus-Heinz IC Live Solves Intelligibility Issues in Dodge City Cathedral
New Mackie iP Series Loudspeakers Designed Exclusively for Install
Are you D1 and Only?
Slovak TV Successfully Achieves Audio Loudness Compliance Around NUGEN Audio Loudness Management and Monitoring Tools
Sennheiser and Apogee announce partnership at NAMM Show

About

Stay up to date on the latest technology news. Select press representatives post company news several times a day. Check back often to get the latest news on product releases, mergers and acquisitions, and product applications. To be included in this virtual press conference, please contact The Wire.

Calendar

June 2010
M T W T F S S
« May   Jul »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930  

Your Account

Subscribe

Subscribe to RSS Feed

Subscribe to MyYahoo News Feed

Subscribe to Bloglines

Google Syndication