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Nevion Establishes U.S. Tech Lab and Training Facility

OXNARD, CALIF.
Media transport product company Nevion has expanded its California headquarters here to include a technology testing laboratory and demonstration center, as well as a training facility for its U.S. customers and partners.

“We’ve made significant investments at our California-based U.S. headquarters,” said Nevion CEO Geir Bryn-Jensen. “The implementation of a network-centric lab for testing, troubleshooting and pre-sales technology optimization, as well as facilities for comprehensive end user and partner training across all products reflects our expansion in the Americas.”

The new facility was designed to showcase Nevion’s many transport solutions, as well as to handle product sales and support.

“Our enhanced facilities are not only vital to our customer service and training, but we also see it as a way for our customers and partners to actively engage in the product development process,” said Bryn-Jensen.

James E. O’Neal has more than 50 years of experience in the broadcast arena, serving for nearly 37 years as a television broadcast engineer and, following his retirement from that field in 2005, moving into journalism as technology editor for TV Technology for almost the next decade. He continues to provide content for this publication, as well as sister publication Radio World, and others.  He authored the chapter on HF shortwave radio for the 11th Edition of the NAB Engineering Handbook, and serves as editor-in-chief of the IEEE’s Broadcast Technology publication, and as associate editor of the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal. He is a SMPTE Life Fellow, and a Life Member of the IEEE and the SBE.