Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
MPEG Industry Forum plans high visibility at IBC2007
A total of 23 members of the MPEG Industry Forum (MPEGIF) will be exhibiting at IBC2007.
|Apple ||7.620 |
|Cinea ||2.218 |
|Coding Technologies ||12P.100 |
|Dicas ||1.180 |
|Envivio ||4.260 |
|Fraunhofer IIS ||M282/8.381 |
|Harmonic ||1.361 |
|Hitachi ||11.650 |
|InCrew Software ||IP125 |
|MainConcept; ||2.340 |
|Mitsubishi Electric ||11.541 |
|Motorola ||1.144 |
|NagraVision ||IP142 |
|NTT ||1.530 |
|Nokia ||4.350 |
|Pace Micro Technology ||1.221 |
|PacketVideo ||M353 |
|Philips ||1.181 |
|QUALCOMM ||M595 |
|Radyne ||1.418 |
|Scientific Atlanta ||1.471 |
|TANDBERG Television ||1.568/IP255 |
|Tektronix ||9.530 |
|VCS ||10.412 |
The MPEGIF will present “Next Generation Television Technology and Business Models,” a full-day, free master class Thursday, Sept. 6, at the RAI Convention Center. The class will focus on how new technologies are changing the way digital television is created, compressed, stored, delivered and monetized.
The MPEGIF is also hosting a networking party at the Hard Rock Café Amsterdam on Sunday, Sept. 9, from 7 p.m. to midnight.
For more information, visit www.mpegif.org/ibc2007.htm.