10.04.2007 12:12 PM
Genesis Networks adds three new switching centers

Global video transmission services provider Genesis Networks has added three new third-party switching centers to its worldwide network for occasional video transmissions as part of its network of broadcaster locations and distribution hubs.

Joining the network are switching centers Telstra DVN in Sydney, Australia; Telecom NZ (Albany) in Auckland, New Zealand; and The Switch in Miami. Genesis is also building into the Azzurro switching center in New York.

The switching centers enable local broadcasters to connect and exchange video feeds with one another. When they join the Genesis network, the switching centers become additional gateways by which broadcasters and cable networks worldwide can transmit point-to-point and point-to-multipoint occasional programs.

For more information, visit: www.gen-networks.com.

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