DBI Targets the International Market at IBC2015 in Amsterdam

GAINESVILLE, FL, September 1, 2015 – DBI Digital Broadcast exhibited for the first time at IBC2015 in Amsterdam September 11-15, 2015. Having established a strong customer base in the U.S., DBI will be establishing a network of international partners and resellers to introduce its products to the worldwide broadcast market.

Based at Stand 6.B03 in the RAI, DBI  presented its range of program and news automation control products. Included was:

MediaFire IP/ASI Automated On-Air System. DBi has provided completely integrated, customer-focused IP-based broadcast solutions to the television industry since 2011. Accompanying this system is the IP Graphics Engine that keys graphics directly over MPEG-2. MPEG-4 or AVC transport streams. Also enhancing this product is the IP MultiViewer which offers the convenience of monitoring multiple IP outputs simultaneously at a single screen.

DBI’s IP/ASI Verification Recorder automatically records full-bandwidth off-air signals.

MediaFire Baseband provides seamless automated on-air playout of long and short form media.

MediaFire IP/Baseband Hybrid Systems are offered to meet the specific needs of the customer and provide convenient and phased transition to an IP solution.

The DBI Conforming Engine conforms ingested media format (MPEG-2, H.264, .MPG, .MXF, GFX, AVI, .MOV) to the desired format for playout.

The NewsBank Automated Newsroom System integrates the newsroom into one streamlined operation.

DBI’s Ingest Gateway records multiple feeds simultaneously, storing a proxy as well as full resolution video.

MediaVault News Archive System offers cost-effective local and cloud-based archiving. With tightly integrated interfaces to news scripting systems, it stores thumbnail, browser, script, rundown and full bandwidth.

MediaVault Production Archive System offers storage on RAID6 clusters, LTO tape or Blu-ray disc jukebox.

Enhancing the MediaVault Archive is its Share Application which provides facility-to-facility cloud-based sharing distribution. Archived material can be searched and shared across an entire group of facilities.

SafetyNet Disaster Recovery System continually and automatically updates content and current logs on a server located either at the station or off-site.

DBi is a pioneer in integrating file-based automated control systems and high definition playout on IP-centric broadcast networks. These advances now include delivering content to mobile devices and the web.