Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Synamedia leads CBC/Radio-Canada’s IP infrastructure transition

Synamedia has been selected by CBC/Radio-Canada for the public broadcaster’s industry-first transition to the SMPTE 2110 uncompressed media over IP standard at its new broadcast centre in Montreal. CBC/Radio-Canada’s IP infrastructure transition will leverage features from Synamedia’s Video Network portfolio including its virtualized Digital Content Manager (DCM), an all-in-one solution for operators’ end-to-end headend needs from encoding to multiplexing to packaging. CBC/Radio-Canada sought to become one of the first in the industry to upgrade to the latest SMPTE 2110 suite of standards for transferring compressed and uncompressed video packets over IP without downgrades in quality.

Nautel is continuing its webinar series with a July 28 session on Minimizing Transmission Operating Costs with Jeff Welton. Details here in Broadcast Dialogue’s EVENTS section.


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