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Rede Amazônica, one of Brazil’s largest broadcasters, has turned to Nevion to deliver an IP-based video solution for its facilities.

brazil 18 april 20191The deal, facilitated by Nevion’s business partner and Cisco partner Asccent do Brasil, involves Cisco Nexus 9000 switches, Nevion’s Virtuosos, software-defined media nodes, VideoIPath, orchestration and software-defined network (SDN) control, and CP-Touch control panel.

The Virtuosos will provide SDI-to-IP (SMPTE ST 2110) adaption, and dual-path signal protection (SMPTE ST 2022-7). VideoIPath will be used to orchestrate the flows from sources to destinations. CP-Touch we be the interface used by the production staff.

The first phase of the solution will go live in September 2019.

“We are looking forward to becoming one the first broadcasters in Brazil to make the move to IP in the facilities,” said Phelippe Daou Junior, CEO of Rede Amazônica. “We believe this will bring us a greater flexibility in production, that will enable us to deliver on our mission to get closer to the people, by delivering ever more relevant and compelling content to our viewers.”

Hans Hasselbach, chief commercial officer for Nevion, added: “We are very pleased to be adding Rede Amazônica to the rapidly growing list of broadcasters who have picked Nevion to help them make the move to IP. It is also very exciting to be able to sign the deal on our booth at the NAB show!”