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IHSE USA and VuWall Join Forces on High-End KVM Management Systems and Wall Displays Posted: 08/04/2019
IHSE USA and VuWall Join Forces on High-End KVM Management Systems and Wall Displays
IHSE USA, a company that develops award-winning high-end KVM display management systems, announced a new partnership with VuWall, a leading provider of high-quality and intuitive visualization solutions for controlling, managing, and collaborating on graphic information for video walls and multiscreen structures. The new partnership addresses a gap in the market, allowing companies to scale their KVM outputs to display walls or multi-view displays easily and confidently through a single integrated control interface.
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Vualto Delivers New British Forces Entertainment Platform Posted: 11/03/2014
Vualto Delivers New British Forces Entertainment Platform

Vualto, global specialists in innovative content delivery and management, has delivered a new online playout solution to the British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS), a registered charity set up to entertain and inform Britain's Armed Forces around the world. 

The new BFBS Player began live trials in February 2014, in preparation for service launch to deployed armed forces personnel, and their families, enabling them to view online content across the world. The BFBS Player brings live UK TV channels, such as BBC One, BBC Two, ITV and premium channels, plus a host of radio platforms, to forces personnel via the web and complements the existing BFBS satellite-delivered TV and radio service.

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VISLINKs wireless camera technology to enable broadcast of British Forces ascent to the summit of makalu Posted: 30/03/2010
VISLINKs wireless camera technology to enable broadcast of British Forces ascent to the summit of Makalu VISLINK is providing portable broadcast equipment for the British Forces Makalu 2010 expedition, where climbers plan to conquer one of the most hostile peaks in the Himalayas.
 
The objective of the Makalu 2010 expedition is for the team of six climbers to place at least two members on the summit and return safely back to Base Camp. VISLINK's wireless camera will enable the video records of the climb which will be used for the blog, Twitter, UK local news, video streaming and documentaries. The team will depart for Kathmandu on 23rd March and return to the UK on 7th June.
 
Mount Makalu is comparable with K2 in technical difficulty and considered a harder climb than the SW Ridge of Everest.
 
"More people have stood on the moon than have reached the summit of Makalu via the treacherous and rarely climbed SE Ridge," says Lt Cdr Paul Hart, who will be responsible for filming and photography during the ascent. "If we are successful, we will be the first British team to do it."
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