AIMS welcomes Adder Technology and CBC as associate members

AIMS welcomes Adder Technology and CBC as associate members

AIMS announces two new members

The Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) has announced two new associate members: Adder Technology and Cologne Broadcasting Center (CBC). By joining AIMS, the companies are supporting a standards-based approach to IP interoperability.

 

Adder designs and manufactures an advanced range of KVM switches, extenders, and IP solutions that enable the control of local, remote, and global IT systems. Adder’s products cover a variety of applications, with its KVM-via-IP product range showing particular growth. Adder’s KVM-via-IP solutions enable the secure global access and control of IT systems.

 

CBC is home to all companies and networks of German media enterprise Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland. Since its establishment in 1994, CBC has become one of the leading broadcasting and television production companies in Germany. Numerous renowned TV stations and producers rely on the company’s know-how and state-of-the-art technology and value its wide array of individualized services — from ingest to studio production, postproduction to playout, SNG to teleport, and digital archives to consulting.


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