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Cinevideo makes Waves with Calrec, Dejero expands European partners, and more

TVBEurope rounds-up the latest products and services news from Calrec, Dejero and Globecast

Italian OB specialist Cinevideo has installed a 40-fader Artemis and router core alongside a compact and powerful 96-channel Brio36 from Calrec in its latest truck.

The new 12G UHD HDR Waves truck is a 20-camera vehicle and made its debut at the Olimpico Stadium Champions League match between Lazio and Bayern Munich as a 4K production for Sky Italia.

The truck includes a separate audio production room with the Brio as the second console. The Artemis and Brio are connected using Calrec’s Hydra2.

Cinevideo took advantage of Calrec’s remote commissioning capabilities to officially commission the consoles.


Dejero expands its European partner network

Dejero has signed up a number of new partners across Europe as it looks to meet increasing demand and remote productions.

The most recent European rental partners to join the Dejero network include AV Pro and Centron in Austria, Kaptures (France), Profen (Turkey), Tividoo (Germany), Wired Broadcast and P&C Communications (UK) and Villrich Broadcast (Netherlands).

All of the company’s partners offer its flagship products such as EnGo mobile transmitters and GateWay network aggregation devices, which have provided many organisations across the globe with resilient connectivity throughout the pandemic.

Globecast’s Paris teleport achieves ISO security certification

Globecast has achieved the ISO 27001 security certification for its Sainte-Assise teleport, located near Paris. The company has also achieved ISO 14001 and ISO 50001 certification, the former for environmental management and the latter for energy efficiency. The certifications are for three years.

The teleport forms a key part of Globecast’s global connectivity network, alongside its teleports in LA and London, its Media Centres in Singapore, London and Los Angeles, and offices around the world.

Renaud Presty, security director with Globecast, said, “Gaining ISO 27001 certification for our Sainte-Assise teleport is a key part of the continuously increasing security efforts across the whole company. It has established itself as an essential reference in terms of security and is a core part of conversations with existing and potential customers. Above all, it defines a methodological framework by building a Security Management System, the objective of which is the continuous improvement of the security of our systems.”