NETIA Media Assist
At the 2015 GV Expo, NETIA showcased its Media Assist software suite, which uses audiovisual management technology to support secure, flexible media workflows from recording and transcription through production and export. The software takes advantage of the functionality within NETIA’s audio automation and video management products, allowing users to capture, record, monitor, index and then search audio or video assets. To enable convenient use across an agency, Media Assist provides both a client platform and a Web-based interface that can be displayed via a browser, giving users secure remote access as well as allowing them to access, browse, edit or archive content.
Hitachi DK-H200 HDTV box camera
Hitachi made a big splash at the 2015 GV Expo by showcasing several 4K cameras in its booth, including the new SK-UHD4000, a 4K camera that uses a 2/3-inch lens that is currently being used by Hofstra University for 4K production. Hitachi also showcased its new Z-HD6000 MOS camera, a 2.4 megapixel, 2/3-inch, 1920x1080 camera. Also on display was the new DK-H200, a compact HDTV box camera that offers 720p, 1080i and 1080p output for studio shooting as well as CCTV news applications.
LTO Program Technology Provider Companies
The LTO Program group—which includes Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corp. and Quantum Corp.—announced at the 2015 GV Expo that Fujifilm and Sony completed interchange testing for the LTO Ultrium Generation 7 format. The completion of this testing permits these companies to use the LTO Ultrium Generation 7 format trademarks on LTO technology products. Earlier this year the LTO Program announced the LTO-7 specifications, which support tape cartridge storage compressed capacity of up to 15 TB, more than twice the compressed capacity over the previous generation, and tape drive data transfer rates of up to 750 MBps, which translates to 2.7 TB of storage performance an hour per drive.