ONE CONNXT Pioneers New Latency Display Technology
Advanced Latency Display Capabilities Now Available to International Broadcasters
Amsterdam, Netherlands (PRWEB) September 14, 2013
ONE CONNXT, an award-winning leader in broadcast delivery, announced today from the International Broadcasting Conference (IBC) one of the most advanced latency display capabilities for the broadcast industry. This specialized software application provides fully functional, real time latency statistics for broadcast operations.
According to ONE CONNXT’ s CTO, Paul Dingwitz, “This technology displays more real time latency data than is currently available for satellite or fiber transport.” It advances ONE CONNXT’s video transport platform for content providers and broadcasters everywhere in the world. We look forward to speaking with the international broadcasters about this breakthrough during IBC.”
ONE CONNXT was created by broadcasters for broadcasters. Unlike most other systems, ONE CONNXT was designed to meet or exceed broadcast standards and offers quality and reliability comparable to traditional broadcast for a much lower cost.
Additional information about ONE CONNXT is available at http://www.ONECONNXT.com. Broadcasters and content owners can see ONE CONNXT in action during IBC in Hall 1, Stand A-99 September 13-17 by contacting Mark Lobwein, Head of Sales for ONE CONNXT, at sales(at)oneconnxt(dot)com.
For more information please contact:
Tel: +1 203.249.2839
About ONE CONNXT
ONE CONNXT, a division of ONE Media Corp Inc. is an award winning end-to-end HD/SD content distribution service that provides high quality live and recorded video programming virtually anywhere in the world with significant savings over satellite or fiber. Via ONE CONNXT, video can be delivered either point to point or point to multipoint utilizing our proprietary IP solutions. Our service enables clients to successfully reach more locations with higher operational flexibility and reduced delivery costs.
Please direct all press inquiries to:
+1203 249 2839
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