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Techtel stresses five key business drivers

A systems integrator that represents nine global industry leaders, Techtel (booth 4K3-05) is showcasing several broadcast technology innovations and solutions with a special emphasis on five key business drivers – transition to IP-based content delivery, autonomous workflows, 4K content production, unprecedented low-cost media distribution and integrated newsrooms.

“We have recently appointed a new country manager, and strengthened our commitment towards bringing innovative and affordable broadcast technology to South-east Asia,” says Mal Chandler, CEO of Techtel, which has offices in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
“Among the products that we are revealing at BroadcastAsia are the VB440 Probe by Bridge Technologies, Lightspeed Live Capture by Telestream, OmniGlide Roving Platform (RRP-1) by Telemetrics, BrightEye NXT compact routers by Ensemble Designs, innovative storage solutions by Spectra Logic, and Nimbra Edge, a secure cloud media transport solution by Net Insight.”
SKAARHOJ, a leading designer and manufacturer of tactile universal broadcast controllers, is displaying NewTek’s NDI PTZ camera, the world’s first video camera to integrate NDI technology as well as Blackmagic’s ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K, which is a professional all-in-one Ultra HD live production switcher with integrated hardware control panel.
GB Labs will reveal Space SSD, the world’s fastest SSD-based shared storage system, with scalable performance and capacity up to 18GB and 1.4PB. It will also launch brand-new software, features and updates to its FastNAS and SPACE, ECHO and VAULT to the South-east Asian market.
“We also have The Associated Press demonstrating the advances in the modern newsroom workflow, with the latest version of their news production software, AP ENPS, as well as AP Playbook, a new planning system that allows editorial and corporate newsrooms to effectively and efficiently manage coverage plans and assignments,” says Chandler.

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