09.02.2004 01:03 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
T-Systems to highlight involvement with World Cup 2006 at IBC

At IBC2004, T-Systems will focus its exhibit on several highlights, including a transfer network for World Cup 2006, an Internet trading portal for electronic film, event broadcasting, and digital cinema.

Details include:

  • World Cup 2006: T-Systems is building a special transfer network for all games being broadcast from 12 stadiums in Germany. Other services include the international broadcasting of radio and TV signals, for which mainly fiber-optic and satellite connections will be used.
  • Footage box: An Internet trading portal for electronic film material that consolidates media archives into large archive platforms. A search machine is tailored specially to the requirements of footage trading.
  • Event broadcasting: T-Systems provides mobile digital units for functions and events.
  • Digital cinema: T-Systems provides and operates the systems necessary for digital cinema, including the transmission of films, playout, archiving and content security.

See T-Systems at IBC2004 stand 1.279 or visit www.t-systems-mediabroadcast.de.

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