Meet us at BVE 2019!

We have exciting news to share with you and would like to give you insights about our latest developments on IP Processing and Control. Meet us at BVE at our stand (G46) and make an appointment with the experts and inventors of these two phenomenal products, book a time slot using the form below.

Cerebrum’s triumph stands as testament to our ability to simplify complex broadcast technology and make it easy for engineers to have instant oversight and control over their workflows and infrastructure. By providing the most comprehensive third party device control available, Cerebrum connects to all the hardware and software engineers already use and displays it in a single easy to use dashboard that is so simple, even a layman can understand and customize it.

In 2018 alone, Cerebrum was at the heart of the FIFA World Cup, The Open Golf championships, the Asian Games and NEP’s landmark fully-IP production of Wimbledon where it seamlessly integrated and managed the latest technologies from GVG, Arista, EVS, Phabrix, Calrec and Evertz in a unified IP workflow. It was also selected by French broadcaster TF1 and by the UK’s ITV where it now acts as the nerve centre for Europe’s most modern regional news network.

At BVE, we will also promote Neuron, the world’s first Network Attached Processor (NAP) which will be on show in the UK for the first time. Developed to address the needs of complex IP and hybrid environments, this next generation signal processing platform packs a powerful punch to support 200 Gb/s and 64 channels or 16 UHD channels in a single rack unit.

Neuron is extremely efficient ‘modular glue’ in a centralised and virtual environment. Capable of processing all the tasks needed in a live and baseband video domain, it enables multiple channels in a single device and eliminates physical cascading of products to offer the possibility to interconnect in any order desired, without actually running different cables. New formats such as Ultra HD and 8K use up an exponentially growing amount of bandwidth. This is where Neuron comes into its own.

With so many IP and traditional broadcasters now wanting Cerebrum control, there is growing global demand for fully trained and trusted technical professionals and consultants who can implement this exciting technology. Our new Cerebrum Certification Programme, launched at BVE, aims to meet this demand by giving consultants, system integrators and end users the skills they need to install and work effectively with Cerebrum. Come to us so we can tell you all about it!

Want to know more about our Cerebrum training options, please see our certification programme for full details.

Book a meeting with our team at BVE!

Geert-Jan Gussen