07.18.2008 08:00 AM
Nucomm to feature Messenger IP Media Gateway at IBC2008

Nucomm will showcase its Messenger IP Media Gateway file transfer system at IBC2008 in Amsterdam, Sept. 12-16.

The system enables broadband IP connectivity between ENG, SNG or OB vehicles and a broadcast studio via existing digital broadcast transmission infrastructure or alternate networks. The product is designed to support today’s emerging, distributed news editing workflows.

With an IP network in place, other applications, such as remote queuing, remote truck control and VoIP technologies, also can run between the studio and the news vehicle. An integrated file transfer system is embedded in the system. To transfer a file from the field to the studio, users simply drag and drop their file onto the internal hot sync folder. Then the messenger system automatically steps in and manages the file transfer process.

See Nucomm at IBC Stand 1.A30, or visit www.nucomm.com.



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