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Pixel Power joins ASPEN

Pixel Power has become the latest addition to the ASPEN Community

Pixel Power has become the latest addition to the ASPEN Community.

Pixel, which designs and develops of broadcast automation, playout and graphics technology solutions, aims to enhance customers’ content with eye-catching graphics, as well as delivering their services.

“We are delighted to be part of the ASPEN Community at this critical stage in the rollout of IP technology in broadcasting,” said Nick Wright (pictured), CTO, Pixel Power.

“For quite some time, we have been working with broadcasters to aid their transition to IP and virtualised platforms.

“It was a logical step to join ASPEN as an effective community, working together in a collaborative environment to benefit our industry.”

The ASPEN Community is a coalition of more than 30 industry manufacturers and end users who are adopting the ASPEN framework with the intention of building state of the art IP facilities.

ASPEN (Adaptive Sample Picture Encapsulation) was founded at IBC 2015, with plans to realise and promote the benefits of deploying the ASPEN format within IP-based broadcast and media facilities through the integration and interoperability of the open format.

“We are excited to welcome Pixel Power to the ASPEN Community,” said Mo Goyal, co-chairperson of the ASPEN Community.

“As an international automation, branding and graphics innovator, Pixel Power has successfully integrated their graphics excellence into an environment of software workflows and virtualised environments.”

This expertise will help to further develop the ASPEN technology.”

Pixel joins over 30 manufacturers and end users in the ASPEN Community, including AJA Video Systems, Cinegy, NBC, Neutrik, PHABRIX, Sony and Tektronix.