08.13.2008 12:00 AM
Quantel Promises ‘Major New Development in Editing Workflow’
Quantel will showcase its full range of post, DI and broadcast products at IBC2008, as well as new developments for eQ, iQ and Pablo. Also on show are new capabilities for Genetic Engineering.

At IBC, Quantel will also show the latest in stereoscopic 3D in a purpose-built theatre on the stand. The show also marks the European debut of the new Neo panel for Pablo.

Quantel will also unveil what it terms a “major new development in editing workflow.”

Products on display include:
  • Enterprise sQ—server-based news and sports production systems

  • Mission —Quantel’s integrated MAM application

  • Dino—inter-site workflow for digital news and sports
“We’re looking forward to sharing our passion for what we do with everyone involved in post, DI and broadcast that is visiting IBC,” said Quantel director of marketing, Steve Owen. “It’s a great place to compare and contrast and we’re confident we have the business-led technology to help customers work smarter and achieve more, both creatively and profitably.”

Quantel will be at Stand 7.A21.

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