Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Triveni Digital tech incorporated into Humber’s new B2C lab

Triveni Digital has announced that the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning has incorporated its tech into its newly-established and first-of-its-kind ATSC 3.0 living lab and test bed in Canada, using an end-to-end solution from Triveni, including the SkyScraper® XM ATSC 3.0 Datacasting System. Through Triveni Digital’s end-to-end solution, the Broadcast — Broadband Convergence (B²C) Lab will enable Canadian and multinational stakeholders, students, and faculty to experiment with delivering advanced television and datacasting applications like remote learning, personalized advertising, and automotive applications. In addition to SkyScraper, the B²C Lab has incorporated Triveni Digital’s ATSC 3.0 Broadcast Gateway scheduler, GuideBuilder® XM ATSC 3.0 Transport Encoder, and StreamScope® XM Analyzer for ATSC 3.0 datacasting. The GuideBuilder XM generates ATSC 3.0 metadata associated with the content being transmitted by SkyScraper, playing an essential role in the datacasting process. Using the StreamScope XM Analyzer, research teams will analyze and troubleshoot the ATSC 3.0 datacasting streams to ensure quality of service.

LiveU, the New Jersey-headquartered provider of live video and remote production solutions, and Matrix Video Communications Corp. (MVCC), a Calgary-based media production and audiovisual solutions corporation, have partnered on distribution in Canada. MVCC will drive sales and marketing opportunities to promote LiveU’s extensive portfolio of live production offerings. As the inventor and innovator of cellular bonding, LiveU enables live transmission and distribution for live newsgathering, sports production, and enhanced business communication across multiple locations. MVCC currently has 10 offices in Canada, providing project-based services and audiovisual support to a wide variety of marketplaces.

Exterity is now officially VITEC, marking a key milestone in the successful integration of both companies following the acquisition of Exterity in April 2021. VITEC, a provider of IPTV, Video Streaming and Digital Signage Solutions, says the strengthened organization will continue to deliver a wide range of solutions, leveraging the expertise of the combined teams to best serve customers and partners around the globe. The move has been further signified by new branding, incorporating the distinctive Exterity orange into the VITEC logo. The combined company now has 375 employees across 16 countries. VITEC has acquired the previously leased Exterity HQ building in Dalgety Bay, Fife, Scotland, with a view to further expanding operations in 2022. Its team in Dubai is also moving to newly-purchased premises in the Indigo Icon Tower in the DMCC Free Zone. VITEC will be looking to expand the team in the Middle East region, which it sees as a key growth market.

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