Suitcase TV gains attention on both sides of the Atlantic

Suitcase TV Ltd, leaders in the transition from traditional broadcast to IP, has announced record visitors to its stand at BVE 2016 in London, where the company held twice the number of meetings as the previous year. The company focused on MediaStor, a well-established product that offers enhance storage and archiving capabilities, and iphrame Vision, an IP-based vision mixer offering media companies the ability to stream live content over IP, SDI, or a combination of both.

The products have generated a great deal of interest and have been mentioned in several important industry publications including BVE Daily, which published two separate news items about Suitcase TV and its solutions.

Fraser Jardine, commercial director comments: “By offering MediaStor as a storage and archiving platform, we have generated huge interest, with the market keen to know more about this as well as our award-winning iphrame Vision. As a result, we have further appointments booked, so we’re feeling very confident about the year ahead.”

While Suitcase TV was at BVE, the company was also in attendance at Vidtrans 2016 in New Orleans. This is an annual technical conference and exhibition organised by the VSF. Suitcase TV partnered with Mellanox who supplied 10 gigabit switching providing Suitcase with an opportunity to demonstrate iphrame Vision working within the AMWA NMOS standard to demonstrate interoperability.

David Atkins, technical director at Suitcase TV explains: “Vidtrans was a great event. We gathered lots of useful information and made a large number of new contacts. We are planning to participate further in the programme as it provides an excellent opportunity to establish what the market is looking for.”SuitcaseTV_Logo_Twitter

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