Trans7 purchases PlayBox Technology Production AirBox Neo

Trans7 purchases PlayBox Technology Production AirBox Neo

Trans7 expands its broadcast facilities with PlayBox Technology

Indonesian national television broadcaster Trans7 has expanded the broadcast playout facilities at its Jakarta headquarters with the purchase of a PlayBox Technology Production AirBox Neo. Trans7 transmits a wide range of programmes in high-definition and standard-definition via terrestrial UHF plus a streaming online channel.

 

“This new system integrates closely with the network’s existing infrastructure”, has commented PlayBox Technology APAC regional sales director Iulian Ionescu. “Trans7 has performed broadcast playout with AirBox servers very successfully for many years, all of them recently upgraded to the latest-generation Neo series”.

 

“We find the AirBox platform easy to use and highly reliable”, has said Trans7 technical manager Agung Wicaksono.

 

“Our existing AirBox servers were assigned to Studio One which is used for production of interstitials and Studio Two which is equipped for green-screen virtual set presentations. This latest addition is dedicated to Studio Three which is designed for use in a multiplicity of roles. The recent upgrade to Production AirBox Neo has added useful extra facilities including the ability to supplement our present HD and SD transmissions with a UHD channel if or when market conditions make that appropriate. PlayBox Technology Indonesia engineer Dandy Kurniawan and his team give us excellent after sales support which makes us very confident in using PlayBox Technology solutions. We are already in discussion both for system expansion and backup”.


TM Broadcast International

Broadcast and audiovisual digital magazine

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