RPC, a subsidiary of Globo, acquires several EVS’ Dyvi

Dyvi software defined production switcher developed by EVS

The software-defined production switcher Dyvi from EVS will be used throughout multiple stations across the Brazilian state of Paraná by RPC, an affiliate of Globo.

Joining the EVS news solutions already in place at the station’s Curitiba headquarters, which includes the IPDirector content management suite, the XS server and XT access, RPC’s new system comprises two processing modules (PMs) with 64 inputs, 32 outputs and four multiviewers.

Dyvi has a GPU-based architecture that provides additional versatility to its users. According to the company, its “intuitive control” allows technical directors to configure the control panel according to their personal preferences.

“Too many of our newsroom workflow processes are manual, taking up hours of precious time from our content creators, each and every day,” said Laercio Kazmierczak, Engineering Manager at RPC. “The advantages we’ll gain from Dyvi will not only deliver more streamlined and creative productions but will also significantly lower our operating expenses. It will make for a happier newsroom and better business.”

EVS’ VP Product John Carter, added: “We’re thrilled to see Dyvi’s unique range of benefits applied to the newsroom environment. The complex, fast-turnaround workflows of today’s 24/7 news cycles are ideally suited to Dyvi’s flexible, ultra-creative architecture.”

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