Ateme and Techex to provide full support at the London Olympics
For the first time MPEG-4 HD will be used for the international distribution of the games.
ATEME, the leading provider of H.264/MPEG-4 video compression solutions, has teamed up with UK provider of IP broadcast class video solutions Techex to support its customers throughout the London Olympics in 2012. Any ATEME customers broadcasting from London before,and during the Olympic games itself, will be able to receive full back up including telephone support and rapid delivery of spare parts for video transmission.
This will enable any problems to be resolved rapidly so that broadcast transmission services are not disrupted, This will be a great benefit to ATEME's overseas customers who will not be bringing their own spare parts. The speed of response will be valuable, reducing the risk, and bringing valuable reassurance.
ATEME support includes assistance to the installation and issues relating to broadcast compression like configuration or optimization of settings as well as trouble shooting. The opening ceremony is on July 27th and closing on August 12th, asssitance will start before the start date, the service will run for 30 days from July 13th to August 12th.