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Join Us at NAB 2022

Join Us at NAB 2022

We'll be at booth #C5018 in Central Hall and are looking forward to seeing you if you attend the show.

If you plan to attend, but have not registered yet, we have a code that you can apply during the registration process, which will grant you free access to the exhibition side of the convention (normal price $159). Please use code 'LV73589' when you register here...

At the booth, you can experience our AD/DA/DD conversion, expansion options, audio-routing and audio control solutions first hand and get a clear idea of just how you can use it to built a stellar and extremely flexible broadcast audio infrastructure from scratch - or expand and take your existing one to the next level across 3G SDI, Dante, MADI, AES and Analog audio streams.

The NAB 2022 Show takes place from 23-27 April, but the 23rd is a conference day only. The exhibition halls open on the 24th:

Sun 24 Apr: 10am - 6pm
Mon 25 Apr: 9am - 6pm
Tues 26 Apr: 9am - 6pm
Wed 27 Apr: 9am - 2pm

Booth #C5018, Central Hall
Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
United States

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TRR | 4K Hybrid Studio Production Solution

TRR | 4K Hybrid Studio Production Solution

TRR wanted to increase the production quality for all connected employees and members and wanted a future secured scalable easy operated high-end turnkey system solution.

RR offers expert assistance to redundant white-collar staff, employers and trade union representatives in the private sector and they do regular TV productions, interactive digital meetings, such as panel discussions and informational educational videos both onsite in their studio and as a request to be available remotely with interactive digital meeting produciton possibility.

Fredrik Fejde, responsible for this project explains: TRR media production is based on two studios as well as outdoor environment production and is controlled from one control room in Stockholm city in order to make interactive media production on the TRR streaming platform for various alliance unions, unemployed etc. which are connected to TRR.

The system solution is based on Panasonic 4K UE150 PTZ cameras and Panasonic ENG camera and Technopoint rail solution. Sennheiser wireless audio, Yamaha TF1 Audio Console with Dante stageboxes and  Blackmagic 8K Constellation switcher to act both as a switcher and router and even partial audio mixing.

FX Blue graphics system, simple graphics system for both designer and operator.

Distribution of SDI and network prepared for 12G based on Blackmagic 12G Optical Fiber converters with SFPs.

Most of the system will be controlled via macros on a StreamDeck panel to simplify production workflow for the operator.

Additional Quicklink STS410 hybrid switcher has been installed to create digitial interactive high-end meetings and productions possible with many simultaneosly participants with high-end both video and audio production at very low latency.

Pre-screen, control and manage guest participants in a conferencing room with additional participants that can view and listen to the live program in a virtual waiting room. This powerful hybrid switcher also includes the power of the cloud with custom overlays, as well as streaming and professional hardware broadcast outputs.

By slowly moving your PTZ camera sideways, you create a whole new depth in the image.

TRR wanted to increase the professional feeling in its productions by adding camera movement sideways. Panasonic Tuning became the solution.

Tuning is a robotic system that adds movement of PTZ cameras with motorized dollies and telescopic columns.

Tuning is fully integrated with Panasonic's PTZ cameras, in this case the AW-UE150 and controller AW-RP150.

The heart of the camera movement system is the Tuning S software and "Presets" can be easily created and recalled, so that the camera movement (Pan / Tilt / Zoom) is synchronized with the movement of the column and dolly.

The system is designed for one-man operation and thanks to a touch screen and a user-friendly interface based on thumbnails and keyframes, the operation is simple and secure.

This will possible be blueprinted as a solution for TRR and other locations in Sweden in the future. The project is done by Danmon Group Sweden AB and Foxway Sverige.

Kontakta Fredrik Fejde for mer information på +46 8544 76 440 eller E-mail: fredrik.fejde@danmon.com

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Penta 720 at Abbey Road Studios’ Atmos and IMAX Mix Stage

Penta 720 at Abbey Road Studios' Atmos and IMAX Mix Stage

Gentofte, November 17th , 2021A few years ago, Abbey Road Studios launched their new Dolby Atmos mixing stage, and as part of the solution you will find Penta 720 interfaces, as well as DAD AX32. 

At the core of the solution are 8 Pro Tools systems, and with 4K projection and 44 custom-made Dynaudio speakers, clients can mix all elements including music, dubbing and special effects in a variety of formats including Atmos and IMAX.


Also central to the solution is a hybrid Neve DFC 3D and Avid S6 console, and under the surface, AX32 along with 6 NTP Technology Penta 720 units equipped with MADI, AES and Dante I/O cards play key roles in the audio-routing and distribution side of things.

During the entire project of designing and building this impressive mixing stage, several suppliers were involved. One of the significant partners were our UK distributor, HHB, who among other things delivered a 40-fader Avid S6 console, 8 Pro Tools HDX rigs with Apple Mac Pro computers, a comprehensive library of plug-ins, 6 NTP Penta 720 interfaces , 4 Bricasti M7 reverb processors and a TC Electronic Film 6000 processor.

HHB, Pro Audio Sales Manager Matthew Fletcher comments: “What Abbey Road has achieved with the new Mix Stage is truly impressive, and we’re proud to have helped Simon and the team realise their original vision for this exceptional film sound mixing facility.”

Read More About Abbey Road Studios' New Atmos Mix Stage

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Take a look inside the new mixing stage at Abbey Road Studios in this presentation video:

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System of LED screens renewal in the main sets of RTVE by Datos Media

System of LED screens renewal in the main sets of RTVE by Datos Media

Madrid, Spain, July 15th , 2021 –  Datos Media has completed the integration of an entire LED screen monitoring system for TVE's news set. High-end products have been chosen from Alfalite, a Spanish company with more than 20 years of experience in the sector, together with technology from NovaStar.

The project encompassed two separate locations: RTVE Torrespaña and RTVE Prado del Rey.

RTVE TORRESPAÑA

A total of 4 screens of different lengths (4, 7, 9 and 15 metres) with a height of 2.5 metres have been installed and configured, distributed across the main information services set. The largest screen has a length of 14 metres and a resolution of 9,830,400 pixels (7680 x 1280 active). The total screen surface area installed on this set is close to 90 square metres, using 350 ModularPix Pro 1 modules from Alfalite with corresponding processing and scaling systems from NovaPro from NovaStar. A NovaPro UHD integrates video processing, sending to LED screens up to 3840 x 2160 resolution and to the control system in a single product. The NovaPro UHD has multiple 4K inputs, and 4K send capability.

RTVE PRADO DEL REY

A total of 15 screens (curved and flat) have been installed across various sets used for producing “La Mañana de la 1”, “A partir de hoy”, “La aventura del saber”,“Aquí la tierra”,“ Corazón ”and“ España Directo ”. For the latter, the largest curved screen has been configured with a length of 14 metres and a total resolution of 6,414,336 pixels (5568 x 1152 active). The installed screen area is close to 200 square metres with a total of 769 Alfalite Modularpix Pro P2 2.6 modules and their corresponding processing and scaling systems such as the Alfalite LVP4K. The image processing and scaling system is made up of Alfalite’s LVP4Ks and NovaStar’s ‘all-in-one’ VX4s. In the case of the LVP4K, it allows a configuration of up to 4 HDMI 2.0 inputs with support for UHD resolutions and with up to 8 DVI outputs that feed the display controllers, a task carried out by the NovaStar MCTRL600 equipment which is capable of handling up to 2.3 million of pixels.

All the screens at both locations have a robust structure to support their weight and size. All are equipped with protected power supplies.

The entire installation has been carried out without interrupting the production of the news or programmes. It was necessary to carry out exhaustive planning and a deployment of important human and technical resources to guarantee seamless continuity of operation. “Alfalite technology was ideal for this demanding project," says Rafael Zapardiel of Datos' Media Sales department. We chose the company's ModularPix Pro 1 modules which have already proved an excellent solution to the needs that arose in other RTVE sets. They now providing a visualization and scenography system that, in one case, goes up to 8K horizontal resolution. This forms a superb visual solution giving for use during the broadcast of the RTVE news. ”

About Datos Media Technologies

Datos Media Technologies is a company dedicated to providing technology, consulting, integration, training and support to build and improve workflow for the broadcast industry. It was founded in 2013 by David Martínez and Tomas Nielsen, both professionals with a long professional career, and the Danmon group that has more than 35 years of experience and a consolidated position in different international broadcast markets.

About RTVE (Radio Televisión Española)

RTVE is the national public television of Spain. It was created in 1946 and currently broadcasts on a dozen channels between TDT and Satelite.It is based in Madrid in Torrespaña and Prado del Rey, in addition to having various delegations throughout the Spanish and world geography.

Contacts for further information:

Datos Media Technologies

Rafael Zapardiel
sales@datosmedia.es

Teléfono. +34 91 001 89 08

Datos Media

C/ Luís Buñuel 2, Bajo-C
28223 - Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) Web: www.soundware.es

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ATG Danmon Designs and Integrates Latest-Generation Newsroom and Edit Suites for Alaraby Television

ATG Danmon Designs and Integrates Latest-Generation Newsroom and Edit Suites for Alaraby Television

Accompanying images show Studios 1 and 2 at Alaraby Television’s newly upgraded London headquarters.

London, UK, August 3rd, 2021 -  ATG Danmon announces the completion of a large-scale upgrade to the news production and editing facilities at the London headquarters of Alaraby Television. Based in Park Royal, Alaraby broadcasts via satellite to viewers throughout the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, as well as globally via cable and online.

"News and documentary programmes form a core part of our output," comments Ali Husseini, director of broadcast operations & visuals at Alaraby. "Key objectives were to advance our news reporting, ingest, production and playout systems to latest-generation workflow, allowing staff at our headquarters and around the world to operate with maximum efficiency and creativity as a unified team. Our legacy infrastructure remained active until the new system was fully commissioned so that editors and their production colleagues could transition as easily as possible."

 

“Alaraby selected us to design, engineer and integrate a complete system from content acquisition right through to presentation," adds ATG Danmon project manager Howard Dixon. "The front end comprises 12 channels of news ingest capturing to a dedicated server with proxy file-generation capability. This feeds through to a 75-client news production platform with full asset management resources, 120 terabytes of production storage and cloud-connected browsing. Studio playout is fully automated and includes a multichannel MPEG gallery playout server. The graphics system provides a range of image generation capabilities including a scrolling text news ticker, virtual studio generation plus a video wall feed. We were also commissioned to upgrade eight craft edit suites, replacing a third-party installation with latest-generation Avid editors, plus network switching and transcoding."

ATG Danmon worked across the production control gallery and master control room, providing cabling, racks and interfaces where necessary. A new data centre was equipped which could be operated alongside the channel's existing data centre during the transition to the new system. This included designing and integrating KVM control interfaces allowing newsroom and edit suite operators to switch between the legacy and latest-generation systems.

"As is normal on projects of this kind, we partnered closely with Alaraby's management team and studio staff to ensure that full broadcast continuity was maintained throughout the entire process of upgrading," adds ATG Danmon managing director Russell Peirson-Hagger. "Programme rehearsal, live presentation, post production and playout all proceeded as normal throughout the upgrade. Much of the installation work was performed at night so that studio operation could proceed without disturbance. Precautions were also taken to ensure Covid-19 safeguarding."

About Alaraby Television

Part of the Fadaat Media network, Alaraby Television (www.alaraby.com) launched in January 2015. It broadcasts a variety of programmes and news shows in Arabic, focusing on news, politics  and culture. Based at headquarters in London, the channel has regional centres in Beirut, Doha and Tunis, in addition to offices in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Pakistan, Palestine (Ramallah and Gaza and Jerusalem), Russia, the United States and Yemen. These and other offices are supported by more than 60 correspondents around the world. Alaraby programmes are supplemented by an online web service including on-demand video. Alaraby Television broadcasts can be viewed via satellite and via various regional service providers. Live broadcasts can also be seen via the Alaraby website or using smartphone applications.

Contacts for further information

ATG Danmon: Russell Peirson-Hagger

Email: russell.peirson-hagger@atgdanmon.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444

Danmon Group United Kingdom, Unit 5, Oakfield Business Corner, Works Road, Letchworth SG6 1FB, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444
Fax: +44 (0)1462 485 777

Web: www.atgdanmon.co.uk/ | Twitter: @ATGDanmon

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Hiltron Completes Multi-Antenna Satellite Link System for German Broadcast News Network

Hiltron Completes Multi-Antenna Satellite Link System for German Broadcast News Network

Backnang, Germany, May 25th, 2021 – Hiltron Communications, a globally active satellite system integrator, manufacturer and distributor, announces the completion of a satellite uplink and downlink system for one of Germany's largest television news broadcasters. The project includes six antennas and related control infrastructure which will be used to communicate with the network's associate organisations around the world.

"Following successful acceptance, we created a solution which integrates fully into the news production workflow," says Hiltron managing director Antonio Monteverde. "Easy and efficient operation were essential requirements. The antennas are located on a city-centre rooftop earth station and operated via remote links from the network's master control room. Hiltron software allows the system to be supervised via a single browser-based display screen showing all relevant performance parameters, confidence lights and alerts. Most important of all, de-icers in the antenna panels can be activated automatically if the rooftop temperature creates any risk of freezing."

 

"All six of the new antennas will be used to capture incoming signals", details Hiltron project manager Guy Van Bambeke. "Five of the reflectors are from General Dynamics, one being 3 metres in diameter and four being 3.7 metres. The sixth is a 2.7 metre Laminas dish which we have equipped to capture simultaneous feeds from three orbital positions, in this case 7 degrees east, 13 degrees east and 19.2 degrees east. Each antenna is on a fixed mount.

"We have also refurbished three existing antennas which will function both as uplinks and downlinks. That part of the project included the provision and integration of Hiltron ACU antenna control units which are used to control the dish azimuth and elevation. Each comprises a standalone unit contained in a weatherproofed outdoor housing, remotely operated via an IP data stream from a standard PC. Once a satellite is selected, precise access parameters can be determined by pressing a single button.

"Last and not least, we have integrated 13 Swedish Microwave low noise block downconverters. These are high-performance units which ensure the received data conforms fully to broadcast specification."

Hiltron ACU antenna control units are designed to control three-axis motorised antennas. The antenna control unit and associated motor-control electronics are contained in an IP65-rated weatherproof outdoor housing with a hinged front access port secured by dual key screws. Each control unit can be operated from a PC running a graphic user interface compatible with standard web browsers. The control GUI displays all the information required to set and maintain azimuth, elevation and polarisation, including current and target positions plus a database of potential accessible satellites.

About Hiltron 

Hiltron Communications (www.hiltron.de) is a globally active system integrator, manufacturer and distributor in the field of satellite and wireless communication. The company operates from modern purpose-built headquarters at Backnang near Stuttgart. On-site facilities include a large technical operations area with high access doors and ceiling, capable of accommodating satellite-link vehicles and their roof-mounted antennas.

Contact for further information at Hiltron 

Antonio Monteverde

Tel: +49 (0)7191 343 570 | Email: antonio.monteverde@hiltron.de

Hiltron Communications, Emil-Rathenau-Str., 71522 Backnang, Germany

Tel: +49 (0)7191 343 570 | Fax: +49 (0)7191 3435 750 |

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Chris Nairn Joins ATG Danmon as Sales Director

Chris Nairn Joins ATG Danmon as Sales Director

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Letchworth, Hertfordshire, UK March 5th, 2021 – Reporting to Managing Director Russell Peirson-Hagger, he joins from Bang & Olufsen Pro AV where he was Sales Director, Strategic Enterprise Partner Programme.

Chris Nairn began his broadcast industry career at Quantel followed by seven years in sales management roles with Sony Professional Solutions Europe. In 2016 he joined Grass Valley as Regional Sales Manager, Northern Europe, before joining Bang & Olufsen.

"We are very pleased to welcome Chris into the company," Russell Peirson-Hagger comments. "His long career in sales roles with some of the most innovative companies in the industry has given him an ideal professional background for this position. The role includes prospecting for new clients across the broadcast, post production, corporate, educational and wider AV sectors. Chris will also be responsible for gathering information on business trends with a view to developing new services, products and distribution channels."

"Advances in the quality, versatility, functionality and cost-efficiency of video and audio production equipment during recent years have created great opportunities right across the media business," Chris Nairn adds. "Remote production technology and IP-connectivity are in greater demand than ever. This became more evident during 2020 as organisations implemented new working practices allowing them to operate under the changing conditions. Our focus as system integration specialists is on partnering with our customers to create solutions which meet their current needs while at the same time allowing expansion to accommodate future operational or technical requirements. I look forward to building on ATG Danmon's proven experience and its well-earned reputation as a company which delivers on time and on budget."

Contacts for further information

ATG Danmon: Russell Peirson-Hagger

Email: russell.peirson-hagger@atgdanmon.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444

Danmon Group United Kingdom, Unit 5, Oakfield Business Corner, Works Road, Letchworth SG6 1FB, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444

Fax: +44 (0)1462 485 777

Web: www.atgdanmon.co.uk/ | Twitter: @ATGDanmon

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Hiltron Communications Expands Product Portfolio

Hiltron Communications Expands Product Portfolio with Formation of ESA Microwave GmbH

Backnang, Germany, January 25th, 2021 – Hiltron Communications, a globally active satellite system integrator, manufacturer and distributor, announces the addition to its product portfolio of microwave feed systems for ground station antennas and high performance microwave components.

Having recently purchased the assets of the former ESA Microwave Solutions GmbH, Hiltron has acquired the know-how to design, develop, manufacture and test feed systems and microwave components for the bands from S to Ka, including band combination for multi-band feeds. Hiltron can now offer multi-band feed systems for new antennas as well as retrofit and upgrade of feeds for existing antennas.

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"ESA's customised feed systems and high performance microwave components complement our own range of products for the ground station market sector," comments Hiltron's managing director Antonio Monteverde. "With our in-house design and development capabilities, we are now able to offer motorised antenna mounts, antenna control units, tracking and feed systems for nearly any type of antenna reflector. We have relocated development and manufacturing of the new product line into a newly stablished subsidiary, ESA Microwave GmbH. My colleague Joachim Kaercher will supervise the corporate activity of ESA Microwave GmbH as managing director in addition to his role as Hiltron's financial director."

About Hiltron 

Hiltron Communications (www.hiltron.de) is a globally active system integrator, manufacturer and distributor in the field of satellite and wireless communication. The company operates from modern purpose-built headquarters at Backnang near Stuttgart. On-site facilities include a large technical operations area with high access doors and ceiling, capable of accommodating satellite-link vehicles and their roof-mounted antennas.

Contact for further information at Hiltron 

Antonio Monteverde

Tel: +49 (0)7191 343 570 | Email: antonio.monteverde@hiltron.de

Hiltron Communications, Emil-Rathenau-Str., 71522 Backnang, Germany

Tel: +49 (0)7191 343 570 | Fax: +49 (0)7191 3435 750 |

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ATG Danmon Completes Studio Relocation and Modernisation for International News Agency

ATG Danmon Completes Studio Relocation and Modernisation for International News Agency

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Accompanying image shows the multiscreen display and operational desks for master control.


London, UK, February 3th, 2021
 – ATG Danmon (www.atgdanmon.co.uk) announces the completion of new broadcast television production facilities for one of the largest and longest established global news agencies. The project included the design and integration of two new studios plus associated galleries and a master control room.

"This assignment coincided with a relocation to new premises in London's Canary Wharf financial hub," says ATG Danmon Managing Director Russell Peirson-Hagger. "The new studios form the UK core of a global service the agency offers to television and radio broadcasters in addition to its role as an international news provider. We partnered closely with the studio management team from the initial design phase through to system completion, testing and staff training. Cable prefabrication was performed at our Letchworth headquarters prior to the onsite build. New equipment installed included power-efficient LED lighting, Ross routing and RTS talkback. We also integrated cameras from the agency's former location."

"We have installed a 12G SDI routing core which is configured for HD but can also handle UHD if required at any time in the future," adds ATG Danmon Head of Systems Integration Jonathan Hughes. "At its core are a latest-generation Ross Ultrix router and Ross Carbonite Ultra vision mixer which we recommended to replace ageing third-party equipment. Representatives from the agency came with us to Ross Video's UK facility in Reading and were greatly impressed by the demonstration. Carbonite is an HDR-capable 3 M/E UHD mixer with a versatile control panel and a very compact processor. We have also upgraded the graphics and character generation to a Ross XPression which supports perspective-based image manipulation and real-time animation. This includes a MOS software gateway with an offline render engine."

Audio infrastructure includes Dante audio-over-IP networking which ATG Danmon recommended and integrated. This is bridged to the Ultrix router which performs the embedding and distribution switching. ATG Danmon upgraded the intercom system to an RTS Odin which can handle up to 128 ports in a single 1 U chassis with support for up to eight such units.

Being very news focused, the agency has many incoming audio contribution feeds so ATG Danmon integrated a SIP-based server from Broadcast Bionics with Dante emerging from the other side. This is currently configured for eight lines which are used for IFB talkback and contribution to live on-air shows.

For the Studio A gallery, ATG Danmon integrated a main production desk with an embedded Ross Carbonite Ultra. Behind this is a journalist desk with Avid iNews terminals and Autocue teleprompt control. Both desks face a wall-mounted array of NEC UHD video monitors in multiscreen configuration. A desk with an integrated Allen & Heath audio mixer was also populated and connected into the system. This faces a NEC multi-screen monitor.

Studio B is the smaller of the two studios. For its production gallery, ATG Danmon integrated a desk equipped for graphics, vision mixing, newsroom-computer and Panasonic robotic camera control. An audio mixer is located on the right. The monitor wall display has essentially the same configuration as that in the Studio A production gallery.

The project was completed on schedule and within budget.

Contacts for further information

ATG Danmon: Russell Peirson-Hagger

Email: russell.peirson-hagger@atgdanmon.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444

Danmon Group United Kingdom, Unit 5, Oakfield Business Corner, Works Road, Letchworth SG6 1FB, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1462 485 444

Fax: +44 (0)1462 485 777

Web: www.atgdanmon.co.uk/ | Twitter: @ATGDanmon

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Apantac appoints Danmon for representation in Denmark, Norway & Sweden

Apantac appoints Danmon for representation in Denmark, Norway & Sweden

Apantac appoints Danmon for representation in Denmark, Norway & Sweden
The distribution agreement officially starts on the 3rd of november 2020.

Apantac, an internationally recognized manufacturer of multiviewers, video walls, extension and signal processing solutions is boosting its presence in Denmark, Norway and Sweden with the appointment of its new distribution partner, Danmon Group.

Apantac’s award-winning multiviewers and signal processing solutions are suited for both the broadcast and the professional AV markets and the company’s entire range of products will be represented by Danmon in the Scandinavian region.

Danmon’s services include system design, installation, technical services and support delivering solutions for a vast range of applications including traditional broadcast, film, post production, as well as the globally expanding ProAV market including educational institutions, control rooms, houses of worship, medical and more.

“Danmon embodies our commitment to our customers and we are looking forward to working with the team. Their experience and breadth of localized teams will be a great asset in helping to build Apantac’s presence in the region,” comments Michel Rudelle, EMEA Regional Manager of Apantac.

 “We are very pleased to be joining Apantac’s global distribution network and integrating its technology and solutions into our projects,” comments Christoffer Kay, Chief Operating Office of Dan Technologies A/S. “Apantac’s vast range of products fit neatly with our system and integration work and our customers will benefit from their reputable products.”

About Apantac LLC

Apantac LLC (www.apantac.com) is a leading designer and developer of high quality and cost effective multiviewers, video walls, matrices, extenders, openGear solutions and signal processing equipment. The Apantac product line has been specifically designed to provide users with flexible and innovative technology solutions for the broadcast and ProAV industries.

Apantac was founded in 2008 and is a privately held company with its headquarters located in Portland, Oregon, USA.

For more information about Apantac’s products & services please visit: www.apantac.com. For sales, please visit the website, or email thomas.tang@apantac.com. More information: Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.

About Danmon

Established in 1981, the Danmon Group has developed to be a long-established broadcast and media solutions provider combining in-depth experience with the ability to implement new technology quickly and efficiently. With local offices in several countries they operate globally and act locally.

The group covers a wide range of competencies and skills required in today’s advanced broadcast and media sector within traditional broadcast, IT/IP, RF, satellite, audio over IP, virtual studios, archive & storage, OTT and streaming platforms as well as API and workflow management software and high-end AV solutions for corporate and institutional customers. For more information please visit: https://www.danmon.com/

Contacts for further information

Danmon Group

Email: info@danmon.dk

Tel: +45 4596 8800

Web: www.danmon.com

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