( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-09-08 18:05:48 )
Teracue will be exhibiting at Europe's largest trade fair for media, entertainment and technology - IBC - in Amsterdam from September 15 to 19. In hall 11, booth D13, the company from Odelzhausen, close to Munich, presents state-of-the-art technology, which is successfully used worldwide and enjoys great popularity.
Highlights of this year are the "MC-TRANS" Livetranscoder, which has Adaptive Streaming functionality as well as the innovative "ICUE-GRID" IP Video Wall, which can be used to monitor multiple IP signals in parallel and over several screens. Both products have been developed by Teracue and are distributed worldwide by the in-house sales team. In order to manage the devices at any time and from anywhere in the world, they both have cloud-based interfaces that allow users to edit all relevant parameters and monitor the devices during operation. At the same time, experts can access the devices from remote for maintenance reasons or to provide technical support in case of emergency.
Thomas Buck, Managing Director of Teracue says:
"The IBC is the meeting place for the industry in Europe and it is self-evident that we are represented on the spot with our entire product portfolio. We observe a huge trend towards IP-based signals and the processing of these signals and can implement almost every broadcast or rebroadcast scenario with our products. We are looking forward to many talks with existing customers and, of course, many new challenges for future customers."
About Teracue GmbH:
Under the name "inPhase Fernseh-Studiotechnik" the company was founded in 1991 as a German distributor for the broadcast products of Harris, formerly Leitch and Videotek. Modern networks as a channel for the transmission and delivery of video content in professional quality, made the company one of the pioneers in the market segment of video transmission in IP networks in the late 1990s. In 2014, the company be-came part of eyevis, a leading manufacturer of display and video wall systems.