Austrian broadcast solutions provider STRYME has teamed up with CVE Italy to enable Telecom Italia to enter the broadcasting sector. CVE selected STRYME’s multi-channel GENESIX VideoServer with the aim of implementing a multi-channel videoserver solution for Telecom Italia’s new live broadcasts of sports events, and optimising airtime of advertisement and product placements between games.
“STRYME was the only company that could offer us an all-in-one failsafe multi-channel solution, the right graphics workflow with realtime graphics feeds, and a streaming functionality at a reasonable price. That is why we chose STRYME to join us in this project,” commented Luca Catalano, CEO, CVE.
STRYME has already equipped its solution with multi-channel streaming in the H.264 format. STRYME CEO, Mr. Goce Zdravkoski, explained: “It is part of our company policy to work closely with our customers to guarantee a cost-effective solution that gives them the flexibility they need – today and tomorrow. That is why the GENESIX VideoServer not only supports all industry-standard codecs and formats but can easily be integrated with the customer’s infrastructure and workflows. Our enhanced graphics engine also enables the quick and easy realisation of 2D and 3D graphic overlays. This is especially important for realtime feeds and for any future graphics requirements which Telecom Italia may have.”
STRYME provided the videoserver, made customer-specific adjustments, completed the installation and gave initial user training.