A new era for Quantel and Snell at IBC2015

Exhibition stand will see 'new brand, new vision, new developments' unveiled
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Quantel and Snell have revealed that IBC 2015 will see them present 'a new stand, a new brand and a new vision'. They will also be showing major developments across the product range, including:
• A suite of technologies and solutions to enable broadcasters and media organisations to transition to IP and 4K infrastructures.
• Virtualised media workflow management and delivery, enabling the Software-Defined Channel.
• Unique technology that enables intelligent monitoring across the media production chain to provide joined-up, error free content delivery to multiple platforms.
• Support for next-generation display technology with HDR production systems.

Tim Thorsteinson, Quantel and Snell CEO, commented: “IBC 2015 marks the beginning of a genuinely exciting new era for the company. In the five months since NAB, we have radically overhauled and brought together every aspect of the two businesses to create a new company with a unique mix of experience and energy."

He continues: "We have embarked on a development roadmap that will enable our customers to transition their business models at a rate which suits them, providing certainty in this time of unprecedented change. The first fruits of our new direction are on show at IBC, and I’m looking forward to sharing it with our customers.”

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