LONDON, IBC Stand 11.F50 – Autocue, the home of QTV teleprompters, will showcase its first ever video servers at IBC 2010.
Autocue will show its first four standalone, Linux-based video servers. The servers feature up to four bi-directional HD/ SD channels for simultaneous record and playout, and up to 12TB of storage. These products are an ideal replacement for tape machines, as well as an affordable solution for secondary applications within top-end broadcasters. The servers will start shipping to customers in October 2010.
The introduction of these new products forms part of a new strategy by Autocue to extend its reach within the broadcast sector. The products themselves build on Autocue’s extensive broadcast experience, for the first time providing broadcasters with servers of the high quality and affordability that they have come to expect from Autocue’s existing range of QTV teleprompter and newsroom solutions.
As CEO, Frank Hyman explains, “Video servers are a natural evolution for the company and demonstrate the true breadth of our broadcast knowledge, design and development capability.”
Hyman continues, “Autocue have been selling newsroom, automation and media management products to top-end broadcasters for more than two decades. In response to demand for a more affordable solution, we developed an end-to-end production system including an own brand video server. This was received so well that we decided to develop a video server that could be used standalone, as part of any production system.”
Autocue’s full range can be found at www.autocue.com
and on IBC stand 11.F50.
Autocue and QTV (in the Americas) have been serving the broadcast industry since the 1950s. They are the only company to offer the television industry a single solution for newsroom, scripting, automation, media management, video servers, broadcast monitors and teleprompters. Autocue is known worldwide for its service and dependability, serving such prestigious clients as the BBC, Bloomberg, NBC and CNN. Autocue’s prompting solutions are compatible with all newsroom systems on the market and are used all over the world by broadcasters, production professionals, government facilities and corporate producers. See www.autocue.com for more details.