Pierides TechnoSystems Ltd

13 - 17 SEPTEMBER 2019

Dear Partners, 

We are delighted to offer you a complimentary pass to join us at IBC2019. Come along to our stand 2.C12 and find out more about PTS.

Hosting 1,700 exhibitors, this is the ideal platform to network and build relationships, discover the latest trends and explore the industry's most disruptive tech.

Join us from 13-17 September at the RAI, Amsterdam using our unique customer code 23980. This gives you access to IBC's world-class exhibition along with specially curated feature areas and events.


Book with 23980 for your free exhibition pass to join us at IBC2019.


Top 3 reasons to attend IBC2019


Explore 15 halls of the latest tech

Network and build relationships with suppliers and customers, discover the latest tech and drive your innovations and strategy.


Hear from 300+ gamechangers & industry disruptors 

As they discuss and debate the ideas that will become reality. The IBC Conference is the place to hear how best to prepare for the future.


Visit any of the specially curated areas 

Included in your visitor pass is access to many great feature areas including the Future Zone, Big Screen, Content Everywhere, the new Esports Showcase and much more.  

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Dalet Story-Centric Workflow Print

A new way of working,in both technology and workflow terms, is not only possible but profoundly necessary. We call it story-­‐centric workflow.

Nevion Optimizing throughput on 270Mbps networks

New video formats and increased bandwidth requirements arrive at a faster pace than new video transport network infrastructure. While virtually every broadcaster is expanding their transmission of HD content, hardly any are able to deploy brand-new networks designed to provide HD service. Broadcasters are competing at leveraging their existing network resources to deliver the most high-quality HD content—and that means making the most of 270Mbps links.

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Nevion Real -Time Control of the Video Transport and Processing Chain

Broadcast engineers work with video format converters, audio embedders, routers, and a variety of additional signal processing and distribution equipment—but what they are responsible for is the operation of an entire video transport and processing chain. The complexity of using different interfaces to control different equipment can cause delays and increase the risk of errors. Unnecessary complexity is costly in studio control 

rooms, and even more so in outside broadcasting units, which need to be reliably and rapidly configured for one-shot-only live production such as sporting events.

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