GV Expo: From the Show Floor

TelVue, Artel and Quantum show their wares at the GV Expo
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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 20x20 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.

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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.


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GV Expo: Hitting the Show Floor

This is the time of year when everyone is making their Christmas shopping list. It’s also the time of year when government agencies make their own wish lists by visiting the annual Government Video Expo in Washington, D.C.