The deployment ensures seamless integration with Unitecnic’s existing workflows and marks the launch of the systems integrator’s IP-first roadmap to future-proof operations across live entertainment and sports productions worldwide.
The system upgrade is built around Grass Valley’s GV Orbit for efficient configuration, monitoring and control, along with the IQUCP25 multichannel, configurable video-over-IP transceiver, and the Kaleido-IP Video Multiviewer, ensuring the provider benefits from an overarching, all-in-one IP system, including access to gateways with NMOS capability. The comprehensive IP-first approach gives Unitecnic mission-critical interoperability, with easy to use, flexible solutions, and enhanced UHD capacity. The IP solutions maximize day-to-day production efficiencies and capabilities while laying the foundations for a more agile, scalable production infrastructure, ensuring the service provider can continue to meet audience demand for cutting-edge live content.
“Shifting from SDI to IP infrastructure is one of the best ways to design flexible, future-ready broadcast technology roadmaps that align with the requirements for more dynamic, immersive production values,” said Nahuel Villegas, Vice President, Caribbean and Latin America, Grass Valley. “IP unlocks the ability to scale and adapt to evolving demands, while forming a key component of a more robust and future-thinking broadcasting business model, and I’m delighted that we are supporting Unitecnic and Mediapro with the design of a first-class facility in the LATAM region”
This latest 2021 deployment extends Unitecnic and Mediapro’s long-standing relationship with Grass Valley in Europe and Latin America, trusting Grass Valley’s worldwide team of professionals in IP broadcast systems and infrastructure.