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Nemavision to Distribute Vector 3 Playout Automation Systems in the UK
BARCELONA, Vector 3 has appointed Nemavision to distribute the Vector range of playout automation systems, including the Vector MultiPlay™ multichannel platform, and the VectorBox™ line of all-in-one solutions.
“The addition of the Vector 3 playout automation solutions to Nemavision’s roster of products is a natural fit for our company,” said Nemavision Director David Hicks. “Vector 3 has been a trailblazer for the use of IT in playout, and was first to the market with many of the innovations that have now become widely adopted in the industry. The products are full-featured, mature, and robust – and there are systems to suit every application, from high end large-scale multichannel broadcasting to small stations and single-channel operations.”
More than 1,000 broadcasters worldwide rely on playout automation systems from the Vector 3 product line. Vector MultiPlay, the company’s system for larger hub broadcasting applications, combines the flexible benefits of IT-based technology with the on-air reliability broadcast engineers demand, and is scalable channel-by-channel to any size of operation. The VectorBox range offers many of MultiPlay’s capabilities in a single-chassis package, with simultaneous ingest and playout, built-in graphics for channel branding, extensive router support, universal file format player, and contemporary user interface.
“As an established supplier of video encoding and streaming solutions to the broadcast and IPTV industry, Nemavision is well placed to bring the benefits of Vector 3 systems to a wider base of broadcasters and media operators in the UK,” said Glyn Bartlett, Head of Sales for Vector 3. “With the launch this year of several important new modules and features that add to the already outstanding flexibility and power of the systems, this is an exciting time for Vector 3, and we’re very happy to have Nemavision as our partner.”
Further information on Vector3 and its products is available at http://www.vector3.tv/
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