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Marshall Jefferson Adds A Prism Sound Lyra To His Kit List

Chicago House legend Marshall Jefferson has invested in a Prism Sound Lyra audio interface so that he can access Prism Sound’s renowned audio quality while he is on the road.

Sometimes known as the father of House music, Marshall Jefferson has produced numerous influential artists as well as recording solo and collaborative material under various names including Virgo, Jungle Wonz, Truth and On The House. His iconic anthem Move Your Body was included on the soundtrack for the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and also appeared on the soundtrack to Michael Winterbottom’s film 24 Hour Party People.

“I already have a Prism Sound Orpheus FireWire Interface, which I love because it sounds so good,” Jefferson says. “Alongside my production work, I also DJ in various countries and when I heard about the new Lyra range I realised this was exactly what I needed for those occasions when I’m travelling. It’s very easy to use – literally plug and play – and it is so compact that it fits neatly into my laptop bag. With Lyra, I have all the Prism Sound audio quality that I’m used to in a very portable format.”

Prism Sound’s Lyra allows music recording professionals to access the power and sophistication of the Orpheus audio path and clock circuitry, but in a smaller package and at a much improved price point. There are currently two variants in the range – the Lyra 1, which has two analogue input channels (one for instrument/line and one for mic/line) and two DA output channels, and the Lyra 2, which has two AD input channels with switchable microphone, instrument or line input modes and four DA output channels. Both versions offer digital volume control, a low latency ‘console-quality’ digital mixer for foldback monitoring and optical SPDIF capability.

Jefferson has opted for a Lyra 2 and when he’s not travelling he uses it in conjunction with his Orpheus in his studio in Manchester. In recent months he has worked on project for Dave Lee, Lenny Fontana, House of Virus, Robert Owens, DJ Pierre, Donna Hidalgo and K-Klass.

“I’m doing a lot of mixing and mastering work at the moment and that’s keeping me busy,” he says. “All of my mastering projects go through my Prism Sound Orpheus and I’m constantly being asked what interface I’m using because people love the sound so much. Now I have the same sound quality when I’m on the road – and I can also use my Lyra 2 as a back-up in the studio if I want to master onto a different computer.”

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About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The company’s product range includes the Prism ADA-8XR precision 8-channel converter unit, which is regularly used for music and film soundtrack projects by clients such as EMI Abbey Road, BBC, Sony, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney. Prism Sound also manufactures a range of audio test and measurement products, including the de facto standard DSA-1 handheld digital audio generator/analyser and the dScope Series III audio analyser system.

For more information: www.prismsound.com

Digigram PYKO-in Aids Voice of Vietnam in Streaming Regional Broadcasts to Worldwide Audience

MONTBONNOT, France — Sept. 3, 2013 — Digigram today announced that Voice of Vietnam, the national radio broadcaster in Vietnam, is using PYKO IP-based network audio terminals to make daily radio broadcasts and on-demand content from Vietnam available to listeners worldwide. Supplied and installed by the Vietnam regional office of Global Broadcast Supply Pte Ltd. (GBS), Digigram’s master distributor for Southeast Asia, the PYKO-in systems convert 70 audio feeds from around the country into audio-over-IP streams that are transmitted for centralized processing and streaming via the Voice of Vietnam website (radiovietnam.vn).

“The PYKO-in was an obvious choice for us because it is a cost-effective solution that provides professional broadcast quality with balanced audio inputs and robust streaming technology in a compact form factor,” said Perry Leong, project manager at GBS.

Enabling distribution of digital audio over a shared or dedicated IP network, Digigram’s PYKO-in and PYKO-out IP audio devices offer professional solutions for a wide range of audio applications, including paging, public information systems, commercial background music, broadcasting, and webcasting. Unlike other low-cost streaming devices, Digigram’s PYKO devices have been designed to offer the high performance and versatility essential for professional continuous operations.

PYKO modules can be gathered and arranged in various combinations. Voice of Vietnam is using 70 PYKO-in terminals to convert and compress audio inputs from 63 radio channels from various provinces and cities, as well as seven Voice of Vietnam channels, for transmission as IP audio streams over leased lines to a central facility, where audio is processed by a Wowza(R) streaming server for Internet-based delivery on the broadcaster’s website. More than 4 million Vietnamese live overseas in about 100 countries, and now they have access to daily radio from all areas of their homeland.

“We are happy to count VOV as a customer in the region, thanks to long-term collaboration with our regional master distributor, Global Broadcast Supply Pte Ltd.,” said Nancy Diaz Curiel, sales manager, APAC, at Digigram Asia Pte Ltd. “GBS is a very suitable partner for us, as the company has offices in several countries, including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam, and extensive knowledge of the broadcast market in these countries.”

More information about Digigram and the company’s products is available at www.digigram.com or by phone at +33 4 76 52 47 47.

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About Digigram
Positioned at the convergence of professional audio and video with IT, Digigram offers IP-based solutions that enable users worldwide to increase their competitiveness through change.

The company’s products enable the reliable capture, production, and delivery of high-quality audio and video over IP networks. Its innovative IP audio codecs, professional sound cards, and audio processing software are used by thousands of journalists, broadcasters, and audio engineers worldwide. Digigram’s all-IP video product line provides advanced contribution and distribution solutions to broadcast, IPTV, Web TV, and OTT operators. The company also delivers key audio/video technologies and OEM solutions to software vendors and manufacturers.

For more than 25 years, through constant innovation and the development of fruitful partnerships, Digigram has been influential in energizing the industry, raising standards, and pushing forward technological development.

Further information on Digigram and its product portfolio is available at www.digigram.com.

Photo Link: www.wallstcom.com/Digigram/PYKO-in.zip
Photo Caption: PYKO: Low-cost IP Audio Codec

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Carl Tatz Design Offers Affordable Upgrade Path for Legacy PhantomFocus™ System Users

- Dramatic sonic improvements realized as more and more early adopters of the acclaimed PhantomFocus™ System (PFS™) are upgrading to the new PFS digital technology with improved alignment protocols -

Nashville, TN: “If you’re happy with your older PFS™, as most engineers are, you still may want to experience one of the newer digital systems,” suggests TEC Award-nominated recording studio designer Carl Tatz of the Carl Tatz Design (CTD) firm and creator of the PhantomFocus™ System monitor tuning protocol.

PhantomFocus System methods and technology have evolved greatly over the last nine years since the early systems were implemented, and performance has improved substantially. “I really want our legacy PFS users to be able to enjoy the newer technology, so we’re offering very attractive options for them to upgrade to the latest state-of-the-art systems,” explains Tatz.

Legacy PFS user and Willisoundz owner John Willis comments about his upgrade: “It made my monitoring go from great to ‘OMG,’ and now mixing is an even more enjoyable experience. It even makes my banjo sound better! Do yourself a favor, up your game with Carl’s new system.”

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WorldStage Teams with Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer on “Voice Tunnel”, A Large-scale Interactive Art Installation

The New York Department of Transportation’s Summer Streets 2013 arts festival featured many unique installations but none more unusual than Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “Voice Tunnel,” which opened the 1,400-foot vehicle tunnel on Manhattan’s Park Avenue to pedestrians for the first time ever. WorldStage filled the interactive art installation’s needs for an extensive lighting package and a custom audio system that delivered the once-in-a-lifetime experience to art lovers of all ages on three Saturdays in August.

The tunnel, which runs on Park Avenue from 33rd to 40th Streets and date back to the 1830′s, featured a sound and light installation that came alive when pedestrians spoke into a microphone at the center of the tunnel triggering 300 pulsating spotlights and 150 loudspeakers. Called “part architecture, part performance art” by one critic, “Voice Tunnel” invited the public to play with the very unique space around them.

WorldStage had previously teamed with Lozano-Hemmer on “Pulse Park” in Madison Square Park, “Levels of Nothingness” at the Guggenheim Museum and “Pulse Room” at the Madison Park Conservancy Gala. “We love working with Rafael,” says WorldStage president Joshua Weisberg, “He challenges us technically and the results are always magical.”

And the feeling is mutual. “I’ve worked with WorldStage in the past and been very pleased,” says Lozano-Hemmer. “Our collaboration process for ‘Voice Tunnel’ was great – I got WorldStage involved at the beginning to make sure my numbers and logistics were right. When I work with WorldStage I can get all of the lighting, staging and sound from a single source. My projects are all about the integration of these elements in unique ways, so to work with a company that’s comfortable with all the AV disciplines is very beneficial.”

WorldStage provided 300 Source Four Lekos, 150 self-powered 50w speakers and many miles of cable for the tunnel. The artist said he didn’t want to create “a big intervention” in the tunnel. “It’s quite pretty with beautiful rock shapes and metal cladding so I didn’t want to bring a big installation into it.” Instead he preferred to “work with something more ephemeral, like lights” and sounds that would “create a sense of choir.”

WorldStage mounted the spotlights along the tunnel floor base, sitting on 18″ curb at either side of the tunnel and spaced six feet apart, to produce glimmering arches of light. Pedestrians were able to influence the lights’ intensity by speaking into an artist-supplied intercom at the tunnel’s center, which recorded their voices and looped them. The trailing voices of the last 78 participants were heard as pedestrians strolled through the tunnel; the voices were played back on 150 loudspeakers, one beside each light arch and synchronized with it. As each new participant spoke into the intercom, older recordings were pushed one position down the light array until they left the tunnel. In this way the content of “Voice Tunnel” changed constantly. Lozano-Hemmer described the voices as “quiet…more like little memories of the tunnel.”

Josh Weisberg likened the experience to “visiting an old cathedral in Europe where the light is streaming in and you hear the low murmur of tourists’ voices out of which you can pick a lot of individual voices. It was a swirl of light and sound activity, sometimes chaotic, sometimes calming and sometimes totally absent.

WorldStage staff audio engineer Kate Brown led the team that worked with the artist’s programmers to craft a unique audio solution for the installation. She opted to use a digital audio network run over fiber optic cable to eliminate noise induced by the extensive runs of lighting cable and achieve a distance not possible over copper. Each group of 8 to 16 self-powered speakers was connected to a Yamaha Rio digital stage box. The Rios were connected to the fiber switch network, which was linked to the artist’s computer. The computer was outfitted with a RedNet sound card to output 75 streams of audio into a matrix that Brown configured using Dante network protocol. The 150-channel matrix output then fed the individual speakers.

Some 30 WorldStage crew members were on site for the install, which had a very short load in. “We had to pull an overnight prior to each Saturday exhibition, and install the system from scratch each time” Account manager, Terry Jackson points out. “It was a monumental amount of work, but we had Phil Alfieri and a great crew from Local 1 and they really made it happen..”

Lozano-Hemmer says, “one of the things I love about WorldStage is that they maximize the impact of the show for the available budget. This show was a big one, but WorldStage is able to respond to any size budget and get the most out of it.”

At WorldStage Terry Jackson, who handled the account is vice president and director of lighting, Daryl Carmen was brought in to manage the production and Erik Perry, WorldStage senior project manager, was the site manager.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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Media Group International Appoints Three Key Management Staff

Leading Media Systems Integrator Media Group International has consolidated a period of rapid expansion by announcing three new staff appointments.

The new recruits, who are all based at MGI’s headquarters in Doha, include Jim White, Tyrone Donnelly and Jacqulyn Hamilton, all of whom have extensive experience in their specific areas of operation. Their decision to join MGI indicates the company’s growing importance in the international broadcast industry, which is allowing it to attract the very best talent and thus significantly strengthen its team.

Formerly with BSkyB, Jim White has joined MGI as Solutions Architect and is now working closely with MGI’s designers, engineers and operations teams to deliver projects that meet each customer’s technology needs. During his tenure at BSkyB, Jim White was responsible for the overall design of Sky’s Broadcast, Campus, and Data Centre networks. He also holds Cisco’s CCIE accreditation and has extensive experience designing IP networks specifically for broadcast covering the entire workflow chain from content acquisition and contribution through to online and satellite playout.

Tyrone Donnelly, who has been appointed MGI’s Broadcast Solutions Architect, previously worked for companies such as BSkyB, Avid Technology and Sony Professional Services Europe. He has extensive knowledge in the creation and delivery of complex broadcast systems and over 10 years’ experience leading numerous successful multi-million dollar projects. Tyrone has particular expertise in sports broadcasting, having delivered production systems and managed content and workflows at the Doha Asian Games and two FIFA World Cups.

Jacqulyn Hamilton joins MGI as Head of Global Project Management. With twenty years’ experience in program management, Jacqulyn has worked for a number of Fortune 100 international firms managing complex global Project Management Offices and multimillion dollar project portfolios. Most recently, she was the global head of PMO for a Singaporean management consulting firm with offices throughout China and Southeast Asia. Coming just months after MGI was awarded the British Standards Institute’s ISO 9001:2008 certification – the world’s most recognized quality management standard – Jacqulyn’s appointment indicates MGI ongoing commitment to invest in first rate process and project management.

Paul Hennessy, CEO of MGI, says: “Since rebranding as Media Group International, we have focused on strengthening our leading position in the systems integration market by ensuring that we have first rate staff in all key positions. Jacqulyn, Jim and Tyrone bring valuable knowledge in areas such as project management, IT and broadcast infrastructure and this, along with their experience in dealing with customers and third party suppliers, makes them important members of the MGI team. We are very pleased to welcome them to the company.”

Media Group International has over 35 years’ experience of systems integration in the Gulf region and represents many worldwide manufacturers. These include Avid Technology, Quantel, SeaChange,, Vinten Broadcast Ltd, Telestream, Vizrt and EVS Broadcasting. It also serves TV channels and networks, movie studios and network operators in the region, providing telecommunications, broadcasting, integrated systems and state-of-the-art security.

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Notes to the editor:
About Ghanim bin Saad Al Saad & Sons Group Holdings
Ghanim bin Saad Al Saad & Sons Group Holdings (GSSG) was founded by Ghanim bin Saad Al Saad in 1993 and incorporated in 2007. Today it is one of Qatar’s most successful private sector business groups, making a major contribution to the country’s economic growth.
GSSG has enjoyed steady growth and success in many fields and industries locally and internationally. GSSG’s diverse portfolio gives it strength and enables its companies within the group to maximise global business opportunities wherever and whenever they arise.
The founder, Mr. Ghanim bin Saad al Saad, has enabled the group to grow to over 40 companies around the world. As an inspirational business leader, he has steered the group to achieve its success in industries that include aviation, maritime, automobiles, oil & gas, real estate, manufacturing, contracting and trading, finance & asset management, engineering, education, fitness, hotels, hospitality and fashion, information technology and telecommunications.
In addition to its corporate headquarters in Doha, GSSG also has five international offices located in London, Zurich, Cairo, Singapore and Dubai.
www.gssg.com

Media Group International
Media Group International (MGI) is a proven media broadcast and communications systems integrator, serving the media, telecommunications, security, education, hospitality and advertising industries in the Gulf region for more than 35 years. Formerly known as Salam Media Cast (SMC), the company joined GSSG Holdings in 2010, with offices in Qatar, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the UK.
Media Group International is diversifying its business into new technologies. As well as equipping professional television stations and studios, master control rooms, newsrooms, concert stages and theatres providing light and sound technology, the company also equips whole multivendor and multisensory environments. MGI provides solutions from safeguarding national security, such as in government operations, to creating the best educational venues in museums and classrooms, enhancing sports environments and revolutionising health facilities and satellite telecommunications.
Media Group International is ISO 9001:2008 certified, the world’s most recognised quality management standard. It is the first company of its kind to receive the prestigious accolade within the Middle East region, guaranteeing customers world-class quality assured products.
Media Group International recently launched their new website to give customers a better experience online.
www.mgi.tv

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Analog Way exhibits Ascender 48, impressive new Multi-screen Seamless Switcher with 48 Scalers InfoComm Middle East & Africa 2013 – Booth #TA-115

September 2013 – Analog Way is pleased to exhibit the new Ascender 48, a powerful Multi-screen Seamless Switcher. Based on the LiveCore™ platform, Ascender 48 offers unmatched processing capabilities with 48 Scalers. The powerful new AV processor will be demonstrated in Analog Way’s booth #TA-115 during InfoComm Middle East & Africa from October 20-24 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Ascender 48, a powerful Multi-screen Seamless Switcher with 48 Scalers, is part of Analog Way’s LiveCore™ series.
The system offers 12 seamless inputs with 42 input plugs: 6 x HDMI, 9 x DVI-I, 3 x DisplayPort, 12 x 3G/HD/SD-SDI and 12 x Universal Analog. It can handle any source from composite video, up to 2560×1600, and outputs a variety of formats, including HD-TV and Computer format up to 2560×1600 and 4K.
Ascender 48 includes an independent Dual-Link output for monitoring purposes, with a Live Source Mosaic layout. The product delivers varied display configurations: Mixer, Hybrid, Hard Edge and Soft Edge configurations.

In addition to a native background layer, Ascender 48 can display up to 6 true-seamless scaled layers per output. Up to 50 frames and 50 logos can be stored in the device’s memory bank. Layers, including frames and logos, can be controlled individually in time and transition, and can be fully resized.
Ascender 48 offers advanced layer management. When an output is disabled, its layers can be added to another output offering higher flexibility with much more layering capability.

Up to 2 units of Ascender 48 can be linked. Inputs and outputs are shared and added, thus resulting in an impressive 24×8 Scaled Seamless Matrix system with 2 Live Mosaic previews.

Ascender 48 can be controlled directly from its front panel through a TFT color display, or through the Web-based Remote Control Software (Web RCS) specifically designed for the LiveCore™ platform.
Ascender 48 will also be controllable through the Vertige console, a new innovative Event Controller, which will be available in late 2013.

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DPA Diversifies Its Highly Directional Microphone Palette

Broadcasters and film makers who are searching for a high quality boom microphone capable of capturing audio in challenging locations need to look no further than DPA Microphones’ IBC 2013 booth (8:D76).

On show for the first time at IBC is the new DPA MMC4018 – a modular supercardioid condenser capsule that is an integral part of the company’s d:dicate™ Recording Microphone range. Thanks to its directional pattern, the MMC4018 has an extremely controlled off-axis response and very uniform directional shape (independent of frequency), thus ensuring exceptionally smooth and controlled sound.

Unlike the DPA d:dicate 4017 Shotgun, which includes an interference tube and is therefore more directional at the sides, this new variant offers more consistent rear rejection making it an interesting alternative to a conventional shotgun. While the MMC4017 is exceedingly directional, especially at higher frequencies, the sleek and compact MMC4018 focuses on low noise and high sensitivity, making it more suited to long-distance voice capture.

The DPA MMC4018 is the counterpart to the MMC4018V capsule, which is used in DPA’s popular d:facto™ Vocal Microphone. This means it offers extremely good isolation and feedback rejection, making it ideally suited to applications where clarity and audio quality are critical.

Christian Poulsen, CEO of DPA Microphones, says: “Our new MMC4018 supercardioid condenser capsule expands the flexibility of DPA’s d:dicate range by offering the broadcast, film and music recording industries the perfect microphone for long-distance boom miking, spot miking in orchestras, foley and speech recording. Due to its shorter length, it is very easy to boom in low-ceilinged rooms or to mount in challenging film recording sets such as the inside of cars.”

The modular nature of DPA’s d:dicate Recording Microphone range has enabled the company to expand its remit by entering the installation market. To this end it has introduced new desktop and podium microphones that give AV installers and conference organisers the clear, transparent and precise sound they demand.

DPA’s new MMC4018 capsule is the standard recommendation for the d:dicate podium microphone. By combining the capsule with different active booms and cables, installers can specify the exact microphone for their needs. For example, an MMC4018 capsule combined with an MMP-C compact pre-amp makes an ideal desktop microphone, while the same capsule combined with an MMP-E modular active cable is perfect for applications where the microphone needs to be hung from the ceiling because the preamp only adds 12mm to the capsule – and thanks to its integrated cable it is very inconspicuous.

“Given the flexibility of our d:dicate range, creating a microphone for the installation and conference markets was an obvious step,” Christian Poulsen adds. “We already had the high-end capsule and pre-amplifier technology needed to fulfil the brief, so all we had to do was employ some ingenious mechanical solutions. By doing this, we have been able to adapt our boom and cable technology so that we can deliver installation solutions for a wide variety of applications. Whether this is for a podium, a desk top, a stage stand or even suspended from the ceiling, we have it covered with visually elegant and sonically superior products that boast all the robustness inherent in DPA’s ingenious engineering techniques.”

For more information about DPA’s microphone range, please visit DPA’s IBC stand – Hall 8, D76. Visitors to the booth will also have the opportunity to win a DPA microphone by having their badge scanned and entering a free draw, which will be drawn each day at five pm throughout the show.

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About DPA
DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphone solutions for professional applications. DPA’s ultimate goal is to provide you – whether you’re in live sound, recording, theater or broadcast – with the absolute finest possible microphone solutions for your tasks. DPA takes no shortcuts in the design processes nor makes any compromises in manufacturing, which is all done at the DPA factory in Denmark. As a result, DPA’s products are globally praised for their exceptional clarity and transparency, unparalleled specifications, supreme reliability, and above all, pure, uncolored and undistorted sound.
For more information on DPA Microphones, please visit
www.dpamicrophones.com

DVEO Upgraded to Intel Technology Provider Platinum Partner — Designation Comes as DVEO Prepares to Introduce Numerous IP Video Solutions at IBC 2013

San Diego, California — DVEO, the broadcast division of CMI, announced today that they have been upgraded to an Intel® Technology Provider Platinum Partner. Intel Technology Provider Platinum Partners are among the top performers in Intel’s reseller channel worldwide.

“We are very proud to achieve Platinum Partner status,” stated Scott Grizzle, Product Manager for DVEO. “Being a Platinum Partner shows our commitment for working with the latest technology. It also shows that customers like the DVEO/Intel relationship and products. We are both working for sustained quality and also the latest advancements in technology. We take pride in building upon the Intel platform with processors, SSD’s and more.”

At the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, September 13-17, at Stand 2.A34, DVEO will demonstrate numerous products that utilize Intel® Xeon® processors. Featured products include the Live+Anytime Server™ for live media distribution and VOD, the MultiStreamer™ product family of live encoders/streamers, the D-Streamer IP/DIG™ IP to HD-SDI decoder, the Infinity Streamer™ continuous HLS streaming appliance, the DelayServer IP™ time delay system, the Ad Serter™ graphics, EAS, and video clips inserter, and the SegmentKeeper™ media server for IPTV content providers that allows many online viewers to rewind a live stream back in time then forward to live.

Platinum Partner status is reserved for Intel’s most valued program members — those who demonstrate superior business and technical skills, as well as leadership in the development of innovative customer solutions based on Intel technologies. Platinum Partners receive top benefits, including rebates, advanced support, marketing resources, exclusive invitations, expertise recognition, and the use of Platinum Partner membership assets.

“Platinum Partner is the highest level of Intel’s Technology Provider Program. It ensures DVEO’s customers that they are working with highly qualified engineers,” said Richard Phamdo, Business Development Manager for Intel. “DVEO has almost 60 video streaming products based on Intel® Xeon® 4, 6, and 8 Core processors, with many more to come. We congratulate DVEO on their new status as an Intel Technology Provider Platinum Partner.”

DVEO, Ad Serter, DelayServer IP, D-Streamer, Infinity Streamer, Live+Anytime Server, MultiStreamer and SegmentKeeper are trademarks of Computer Modules, Inc. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

About CMI and DVEO
CMI, founded in 1982, is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, California. DVEO, the Broadcast Division of Computer Modules, Inc., sells digital video and high definition television (HDTV) products to the top television broadcast companies throughout the world.

For more information on CMI and DVEO, please contact Rebecca Gray at +1 (858) 613-1818 or rebecca@dveo.com. To download DVEO’s press releases and product images, visit the news section at www.dveo.com.

DVEO, 11409 West Bernardo Court, San Diego, California, 92127
Web: www.dveo.com phone: +1 (858) 613-1818, fax: +1 (858) 613-1815

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