09.10.2008 08:20 AM
SeaChange Highlights Flash Server, Tapeless Production Workflows
SeaChange International will sail into IBC2008 with its new flash memory server and its complete range of high-definition broadcast solutions.

SeaChange will demonstrate at IBC in partnership with Media Power Digital Television Systems, its longtime distribution partner for broadcast customers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

SeaChange Flash Media Library 200
For the first time in Europe, SeaChange will demonstrate its Flash Media Library 200, a flash memory-based ingest and play-to-air solution. The company says it's 100 times more reliable and consumes 10 times less power than spinning disk-based counterparts.

Also shown at IBC, the SeaChange Broadcast MediaLibrary/MediaClient (BML/MCL) architecture comprises distinct capabilities. The BML servers store any type of media file, and the flexible SeaChange MCL codecs easily fit with any device in a broadcast operation's workflow and any video output, from SD and HD play-to-air to broadband streams.

The company will also highlight strategic distribution partners and regionally focused integrations with third-party providers of automation, production/editing and archiving solutions.

SeaChange will be at Stand 2.A51.

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