NEP Group, the leading media technology partner for content creators around the globe, is returning to the 2022 IBC Show in Amsterdam. Located in the “Content Everywhere” Hall 5, the company’s exhibit will feature a new product launch, interactive demos and a wide selection of other appearances and expert engagements featuring NEP’s global production ecosystem and solutions for broadcast, live events and virtual production.
TFC Flow launching at IBC Show
Highlighting NEP Group’s 2022 IBC Show appearance is the launch of TFC Flow, a powerful and easy-to-use IP-based “DIVA” tool. TFC Flow offers complete control of data, intercom, video and audio signal flow within a unified live event network, and is powered by NEP’s proprietary, web-based, multipurpose control platform, TFC (Total Facility Control). TFC Flow harnesses the power and scalability of IP/2110, while removing the complexity that comes along with it, making network configuration fast, easy and secure.
“All of us at NEP are looking forward to returning to the IBC Show, to connect with our partners and colleagues from around the world,” said Mike Werteen, global president, NEP Broadcast Services. “This is an ambitious time for innovation in our industry, and the IBC Show is a great setting to demonstrate the 360-degrees of support we’re providing content creators every day from the NEP global production ecosystem.
“We’re eager to debut TFC Flow at IBC, an IP control game-changer for the live events and broadcast industry. With our other product demos, lineup of speaking appearances and NEP recruiting opportunities, the 2022 IBC Show is shaping up to be one of our most anticipated shows in years.”
Technology demos and expert speakers
To mark the launch of TFC Flow, NEP is offering daily demonstrations that show the power, flexibility and ease of use the product offers. Additionally, NEP experts will be on hand offering demonstrations of Mediabank, NEP’s feature-rich, bespoke media asset management system.
NEP’s specialty capture division is offering exclusive insight into two recent innovations. Broadcast Sports International (BSI) is showcasing the development and use of its Mini-Tx, the world’s smallest UHD wireless video transmitter offering industry-leading capabilities. The PICO camera, which provides a wide degree of versatility and 500 fame per second capabilities will also be demonstrated.