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OSLO, Norway, March 26, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nevion, a leader in transporting media from the camera to the home, today announced that France Télévisions is using its VideoIPath media service and network management system to manage its nationwide IP contribution network. The French public broadcaster has more than 100 sites located around the country, which are all connected with links between 10 Mbits to more than 100 Mbits to enable real-time contribution. Nevion's French partner, Euplink, handled the sale and installation. The system went live in February 2015.
France Télévisions sets up close to 50,000 ad-hoc connections per year between its sites. With VideoIPath, France Télévisions staff can easily manage all of these connections, without the need for expert know-how. Crucially, given that many of the links have limited bandwidth, VideoIPath ensures that connections are never over-provisioned, thereby guaranteeing the quality of service for live contribution. In this deployment, VideoIPath is integrated with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 media edge-adapters from two separate third-party suppliers, managing not only their provisioning but also reporting their status back to the users in the form of alarms.
"We wanted a proven out-of-the-box product that would simplify the management of our extended network. After extensive evaluation with the support of Euplink, we found that Nevion's VideoIPath best met our requirements," said Arnaud Kotlarczik, project director at France Télévisions.
Emmanuel Girouard, project manager at France Télévisions added: "As well as the expected operational benefits, full control of our media transport was immediately at our fingertips, without the need for additional bespoke software development during the implementation process."
"By using VideoIPath to automate IP's often complex media transport processes, France Télévisions benefits from faster set-up times, proactive problem identification and resolution, and reduced operating expenses," said Geir Bryn-Jensen, CEO at Nevion. "It's gratifying to see another leading broadcaster capitalize on VideoIPath's many benefits."
Nevion was recently awarded a Technical and Engineering Emmy® award for its role in the standardization and productization of JPEG 2000 (J2K) interoperability. The company will showcase its latest network and broadcast infrastructure solutions on stand SU2615 at NAB 2015 in Las Vegas.
A pioneer in media transport, Nevion provides network and broadcast infrastructure to broadcasters, telecommunication service providers, government agencies and other industries. It enables the transport and management of professional-quality video, audio and data – in real time, reliably and securely – from the camera to the home.
From content production to distribution, Nevion solutions are used to power major sporting and live events across the globe. Some of the world's largest media networks are built on Nevion technologies, including AT&T, Arqiva, BBC, BT, CCTV, EBU, TDF, Telefonica, Telenor and NASA.
For more information please visit www.nevion.com. Follow Nevion on Twitter @nevioncorp
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