Magna Systems & Engineering, Singapore, 16 May 2016: This year’s Broadcast Asia sees Magna Systems and Engineering showcase its broadest range of next gen solutions to date and includes the very latest from Bridge Technologies, ChyronHego, Enensys, FileCatalyst, General Dynamic Mediaware, MediaExcel, Oracle, TAG Video, Tedial, Telestream, TVUPack and XOR Media.
Magna Systems and Engineering Director of Asia Operations Patrick So said, “At this year’s Broadcast Asia we will be demonstrating products, systems and solutions that encompass the future of the broadcast industry moving forward and that includes IP, 4K, UHD, HDR, MAM and more.”
Kicking off the show on the Magna stand will be Bridge Technologies with their family of media monitoring solutions ranging from advanced network core monitoring systems for national and international networks to edge-specific and even customer premises applications with central server based correlation and aggregation. BridgeTech’s full end-to-end solution of products cover all the monitoring and analysis needs of the broadcast and telecommunication industries.
Alongside monitoring will be ChyronHego with solutions in broadcast graphics creation, playout, and real-time data visualisation and products and services for live television, news, sports, corporate and government video production. ChyronHego’s end-to-end graphics offerings include hosted services for graphics creation and order management, on-air graphics systems, channel branding, weather graphics, graphics asset management, clip servers, social media and second screen applications, touch graphics, telestration, virtual placement and player tracking.
Next up is Enensys with products and demonstrations that will encompass broadcast network equipment for digital terrestrial TV, mobile TV and IP distribution and test and monitoring solutions.
FileCatalyst will be demonstrating how to eliminate slow file transfers with the FileCatalyst platform, enabling files of any size or format to be sent at blazing speeds of up to 10 Gbps across global networks. Being immune to packet loss and latency, FileCatalyst solutions achieve transfer speeds hundreds of times faster than FTP while ensuring the reliable and secure delivery of files with sizes into the terabytes. The FileCatalyst software-only approach to file transfer also simplifies international collaboration, quickly sharing big data between cities, countries, and even continents.
Onto lossless MPEG long GOP editing and advertising insertion and program splicing solutions and that’s where Mediaware has built a strong reputation within media and broadcast sectors. Mediaware provides professional and customer support services which are designed to meet the stringent operational and critical up-time requirements of its customers and is committed to providing broadcasters and content aggregators with high quality, cost effective alternatives to typical baseband systems.
Then there’s Media Excel, a leading supplier of reliable software solutions for real-time multi-screen and 4K video encoding who will be demonstrating their development of real-time video processing software that distributes video over IP networks. Solutions from Media Excel provide the reliability, scalability and performance required to deliver high quality video via appliance and cloud deployment models.
Storage will be covered by Oracle whose application-engineered storage is co-engineered with Oracle software to accelerate applications, increase efficiency, and improve management. Oracle All Flash FS Storage System accelerates Oracle Databases and applications and increases scalability with industry-best flash capacity and performance, giving users the flexibility to put very large databases on flash or consolidate hundreds of databases on a single system. Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances deliver ultra-fast application performance with a unique, multithreaded, DRAM-centric architecture.
TAG Video Systems specialises in broadcast monitoring. The company develop innovative, cost effective solutions and will be demonstrating their MCM-9000, MBC-7000, MTS-3000, MCR-6000 and MCT-1000 products.
Tedial, the Media Asset Management (MAM) software developer and Media IT solutions integrator, will be demonstrating their unique Media IT solutions that manage entire media workflows and cost-effectively reach new audiences on every screen. Tedial’s solutions significantly increase both creativity and efficiency by combining multi-site media management with business-driven media workflows. The company’s proven track record enables its customers to rapidly take full advantage of file-based workflows, cloud computing and other emerging media technologies. Tedial’s solutions are both vendor and hardware agnostic.
Telestream® will be on hand to demonstrate its products that make it possible to get video content to any audience regardless of how it is created, distributed or viewed. Throughout the entire digital media lifecycle, from capture to viewing, for consumers through high-end professionals, Telestream products range from desktop components and cross-platform applications to fully-automated, enterprise-class digital media transcoding and workflow systems. Telestream enables users in a broad range of business environments to leverage the value of their video content.
The TVUPack family of IP based live video mobile uplink solutions will be on display and demonstrating their different form factors and configurations that meet the needs of any size broadcaster. TVUPack’s award-winning cellular 3G/4G LTE transmission technology is being used by thousands of broadcasters around the world daily to capture news and events as they happen.
Last but not least there will be XOR Media with its high-performance, open, IT storage, specialised for media applications and private cloud data centers. Formerly SeaChange Broadcast, XOR Media offers open, cloud-capable, and media-optimized technologies used by hundreds of broadcasters and content providers around the world: ingest and playout codecs MediaClient and MediaServer; and the prizewinning, clustered, and scalable Universal MediaLibrary storage.
For more information on Magna Systems and Engineering at Broadcast Asia 2016 go to www.magnasys.tv today.
Pictured, top: Magna Systems and Engineering Director of Asia Operations Patrick So
About Magna Systems and Engineering
Started in 1968, Magna Systems & Engineering is a seasoned company, originating from the early days of television in Australia bringing together high-level expertise from senior engineering professionals. The company has a very select position in the marketplace of suppliers to the broadcast & communications industry.
Magna Systems & Engineering supplies individual products to plug into existing systems from a prestige range of over 60 quality brands and operates in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia with a common philosophy for all entities “a company big on experience but with the attention to detail of a specialist operation.”
The engineering and operation expertise of Magna Systems & Engineering extends to broadcasting, telecommunications, satellite earth stations, post-production facilities and station automation. Magna Systems & Engineering also provides complete service support for all hardware and software products supplied either as one-off or complete turnkey systems.