09.11.2008 11:27 AM
SeaChange features Flash Memory Library 200

SeaChange International is making the European debut of its SeaChange Flash Memory Library 200, a flash memory-based ingest and play-to-air server, at IBC2008.

With no spinning disks, the server offers a high degree of reliability and low power consumption.

SeaChange also is highlighting its production workflow, which lets broadcasters create tapeless, mixed file format workflows. Additionally, SeaChange is spotlighting its HD play-to-air platform, the Broadcast MediaLibrary/MediaClient (BML/MCL).

BML servers provide fault-resilient storage of any type of media file. SeaChange MCL codecs fit with any device in a broadcast operation’s workflow and any video output, from SD and HD play-to-air to broadband streams.

See SeaChange at IBC2008 Stand 2.A51, or visit www.schange.com.



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