Broadcast Asia 2019, 18-20 June, UK Pavillion Level 6 6J3-04 Cerberus Tech is delighted to announce that it will be showcasing its flagship IP distribution solution, Network 1, at Broadcast Asia in Singapore on 18-20th June 2019.
An established provider in the broadcast distribution industry, whose clients include public service broadcasters, EFL clubs and international entertainment organizations, Cerberus will be demonstrating their innovative, IP-based primary distribution services to the pan-Asian market.
Cerberus Tech’s global platform Network 1 means content can be delivered point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint, regardless of the source location or destination. Servicing niche channel deliveries, regional distributions or plugging holes in satellite footprints, its specialist expertise assists content stakeholders with an alternative method of delivery by simplifying the global channel delivery process with fast set up times, flexibility and scalability. Its fully managed service takes care of every supplier, manager, partner and affiliate to ease the complexity.
Cerberus will also be introducing Livelink at Broadcast Asia. This internet-based product is designed to move live content from source to destination without relying on old, expensive technologies. Set up can take minutes and doesn’t require physical infrastructure, such as satellite trucks. It’s also significantly more cost-effective when compared to leasing short-term fibre connections.
Chris Clarke, CEO, commented “I am excited to attend Broadcast Asia this year. Whilst Cerberus Tech has already completed a number of hugely successful Network 1 projects with key customers across the Asian markets, it is my first time at this show. I am always seeking the next big challenge and so I am looking forward to meeting and exploring the world of IP opportunities with potential new customers”
Chris will be on Level 6 stand 6J3-04 on the UK Pavilion throughout the show with Cerberus Tech’s strategic technology partner Open Broadcast Systems, which will be introducing its RIST-enabled IP encoders and decoders to Asian markets.