At Mediatech 2019 in Africa, Protea Electronics (#D17) showcased AJA's newest products and updates for broadcast, production, streaming, post and ProAV professionals, including the Ki Pro GO multi-channel H.264 recorder, Ki Pro Ultra Plus multi-channel HD recorder or 4K/UltraHD2K/HD recorder, streaming too
As we celebrate our 10th edition of the exhibition, we can guarantee that this year, visitors will experience more creativity, inspiration, and innovation than ever before.
At NAB 2019, AJA unveiled new product additions to its Ki Pro, openGear and IP Mini-Converter families as well as major updates for FS-HDR, KONA, Io and T-TAP products, HDR Image Analyzer, and HELO.
Object Matrix, award winning providers of hybrid cloud storage solutions to the media industry, has provided 288 TB of MatrixStore object storage to MultiChoice, the leading Sub-Saharan Africa broadcaster to store and manage the content for Tshwane TV.
GB Labs have built on the success over the last two years of their FastNAS series by launching a brand new product, FastNAS NitroMAX.
Full service post facility upgrades QC workflow to include automated QC processes and specialized quality control features such as PSE standards compliance for Sky One and Viacom.
Get a faster network connection with Sonnet's new Solo 10G - Thunderbolt 3 to 10 Gigabit Ethernet Adaptor, at 10x faster than Gigabit Ethernet, 10GbE will be able to handle multiple high-resolution video streams for video editing or any other intensive processing tasks.
For pros working in the creative fields, a computer's processing power alone is not enough to get the job done.
Reflecting its growth in the African audio-video, broadcast, and gaming markets, Sonnet Technologies has named Touchvision as its exclusive distributor in South Africa, Botswana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
DISCOP Johannesburg, Africa's largest content market, taking place from October 25th - 27th at the Sandton Convention Centre, will once again be partnering with DigiLab Africa (DLA) amongst other companies such as German's INVR.SPACE, to shine the spotlight on VR as it explodes onto the African content sc
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