PlayBox Neo has finalised its participation at Broadcast Asia 2019 exhibition and conference, held at the Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore from Tuesday June 18th through Thursday 20th.
Running parallel with ConnectTech Asia, the combined events attracted representatives from the broadcast and telco markets within the core APAC region and wider.
PlayBox Neo exhibited the latest versions of its Channel-in-a-Box modular channel branding and playout product range and debuted the latest version of its software-as-a-service based offering, Cloud2TV.
PlayBox Neo CEO Pavlin Rahnev said the two product ranges give PlayBox Neo customers the freedom to invest in their own fully independent on-site systems or operate on their own choice of hardware platform in whatever location they prefer.
"Broadcast Asia is essentially an action replay of the April NAB Show in Las Vegas, which is good in reducing unnecessary travel," said Rahnev. "The APAC region itself is continuing to develop strongly in terms of investment in both broadcast and telco infrastructures.
PlayBox Neo pioneered the development of server-based and cloud-based playout to support one-to-many communication. PlayBox Neo AirBox and Cloud2TV today power over 18,500 TV and branding channels in more than 120 countries. Users include national and international broadcasters, start-up TV channels, webcasters, interactive TV and music channels, film channels, remote TV channels, corporate information channels and disaster recovery channels.
"We demonstrated our two product ranges as independent solutions and as a versatile hybrid which can be scaled easily to allow fast startup of long-term program channels as well as event-specific red-button channels," added PlayBox Neo APAC General Manager Desmon Goh. "The hybrid approach is also ideal for storing production assets, allowing these to be remotely accessed quickly and easily by authorized staff via a secure IP connection. We also promoted the effectiveness of using Cloud2TV as the core of a highly efficient offsite recovery facility."