EditShare upgrades Geevs broadcast solution

EditShare releases Geevs 7 adding a host of new features to video streaming
Geevs 7 adds a host of new features
Geevs 7 adds a host of new features

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EditShare, the technology provider in shared media storage and end-to-end tapeless workflow solutions, has announced the release of version 7 of its Geevs range of ingest and playout video servers.

Geevs 7 adds a host of new features including enhanced integration with EditShare’s shared storage and Flow media asset management solutions.

“This release marks a significant milestone in EditShare's strategy to provide resilient and collaborative solutions that simplify our customers’ workflow,” says Tara Montford, EditShare’s managing director. “Geevs 7 exemplifies this philosophy and expands our ability to provide completely integrated EditShare workflow solutions.”

Geevs Broadcast Servers have a long history of success within a wide range of demanding workflows, including newsroom scheduling, live sports with instant replay, and multi-camera studio ingest.

With more than 1,000 channels deployed on-air and unrivalled integration with third-party solutions, Geevs servers offer broadcast and post-production facilities real benefits and return on investment, says EditShare.

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