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Front Porch Digital Stand: N5806 DK-Technologies Stand: C9942 Image Systems Stand: SL6310 I mage Systems will present the next generation of its highly regarded, end-to-end product line at NAB 2012, including the latest automated preservation/ restoration and grading workflow for film; the Golden Eye film scanners, Phoenix image media restoration & remastering solutions and Nucoda colour grading and finishing systems. GlobeCast Stand: SU812 “ Any Time, Any Screen, Anywhere” will be the theme as GlobeCast spotlights multiplatform delivery at the 2012 NAB Show, at booth SU 812. In addition to announcing the launch of a new over-the-top (OTT) platform in the Americas, GlobeCast will display a streaming Web TV service and highlight its solutions for global satellite and fiber delivery. The company will also highlight the expansion of its commercial footprint in the Americas, with a dedicated Latin American sales team now in place. GlobeCast will exhibit alongside its sister company, NETIA. 22 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE D K-Technologies will be using the NAB 2012 platform to unveil a new version of its Award-winning ITU, EBU R128 and ATSC-compliant DK Meter. Front Porch Digital is the global leader in solutions for migrating, managing, and monetizing media content. “Our vision for broadcast video archiving has always been different -- not just about delivering mission critical, scalable storage solutions, but an archive that is open, active, and connected,” said Michael Knaisch, president of Front Porch Digital. “The products we are highlighting at NAB are perfect illustrations of that strategy in motion.” Telecast Fiber Systems The DK3 Compact Audio Loudness Meter (CALM) features a 3G HD/ SDI video input so users can de- embed audio from a video stream. This useful addition makes the DK Meter range even more versatile as broadcast engineers will now be able to work with any 5.1 audio format, including analogue, AES and SDI. Stand: C8925 The DK1 is ideal for anyone working in stereo, while the DK2 is specifically aimed at the burgeoning 5.1 surround sound market. The use of fiber optics technology is exploding for audio and video transport, which means increased demand for innovative, cost- effective systems that can move large quantities of signals over an existing fiber optic infrastructure. At this year’s NAB Show, Telecast is showing why it’s at the forefront of fiber technology innovation. A great example is new Thunder audio system, which fills an important gap in the market between high-end audio transport and the use of bulkier copper solutions. DK-Technologies will also be showing the DK1 and DK2 meters that have been the subject of huge interest since their launch in 2011. The meters, which are now shipping, are no bigger than a smart phone and are designed to meet increasing demands from the market for cost-effective stereo and 5.1 metering, including loudness. Utah Scientific “ Stand: N4511 We are very excited to share with NAB visitors the new approach that our UCP-LC panels bring to the design of the user interface for our routing systems,” said Tom Harmon, president and CEO of Utah Scientific. “Our customers have been helping us design these new panels so that they provide the right combination of simplicity for basic functions and power to control the more complex operations.”