Norwia innovative hybrid approach aids SDI to IP transition

Norwia innovative hybrid approach aids SDI to IP transition

Norwia at IBC 2017


Norwia  (Stand 10.C10) announced it will launch new products at IBC2017 to help its customers transition from SDI to IP through a ‘Hybrid Transport Platform’ offering more flexibility at lower costs.


IBC2017 is a real game changing event for Norwia as we introduce improvements across all of our product lines,” says Tore Steen, Chief Executive Officer, Norwia AS. “We arrive at IBC following a significant increase in traction over the last year, with major ring structure projects and several remote production studios that are available 24/7 – all running on Norwia optical transport platform and the SMC product line.”


We have also been working closely with one of the largest US telco groups for the transport of sports content and data signals and this alone has led to the installation of 100’s of units in extreme temperature environments with virtually zero failure rate,” Steen added.

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