Deborah D. McAdams /
04.05.2013 11:42 AM
Infostrada to acquire MOG Technologies
Terms not disclosed
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – Infostrada announced that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire MOG Technologies, a developer of digital video ingest products and media file technology.

MOG Technologies makes the mxfSpeedrail product line that offers post-production users a centralized, multiformat ingest system, multiformat live video recording and playback and a digital media transcoding and delivery. MOG also offers MXF and GXF tools that enable accelerated development and migration to the next generation of IT-based multimedia content applications. MOG is presenting at NAB 2013 in booth No. SU10707.

Infostrada products include Centralparq, a line of cloud-based production workflow tools; SmartVOD, a new turnkey solution that enables content owners to create their own video on demand services; and Arena, a cross-platform publication engine. These products will be available for demonstration on Infostrada’s booth, No. SU4315.

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