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Grassvalley provides cutting edge IP solutions based on open standards to help improve broadcasters' business agility as well as a wide range of 4K UHD capture and workflow solutions capable of telling a story with stunning visuals, including HDR in both 4K UHD and HD. Whether HD or 4K UHD, SDI or IP, transitional hybrid workflow or greenfield

HDR and the Broadcast Environment: Better Pixels Create Better Content

HDRConsumers have long judged video content by the visible quality of the image on the screen, and are always pursuing the next breakthrough in display technology. Over the years, we've witnessed the shift from black-and-white to color, from SD to HD, the failed introduction of consumer 3D for the home and now we are seeing simultaneous interest in both 4K UHD and HDR. Content producers are embracing both technologies, while early adopter consumers are investing in new displays that can support the latest formats.

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Come join us at Government Video Expo

Everyone knows – simply navigating change no longer works. That's why government agencies, defense and key government contractors have long trusted Grass Valley with their broadcast and media needs. At Government Video Expo this year, we'll be showcasing solutions across the industry's widest array of broadcast and media solutions that help you stay efficient, tell better stories and meet your mission objectives, ensuring that change will become opportunity.

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Aggregation is Key to Optimizing IP Network Design

While considering IP network design can be aggravating, the key to optimizing IP network design is aggregation. Aggregation combines multiple network connections in parallel to increase throughput beyond what a single connection could sustain, or at less cost than a signal connection. By using aggregation, Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, can help you to get the most out of today's media-carrying IP networks, while protecting yourself against near-term obsolescence without necessarily adding the most expensive, highest bandwidth IP switches available. Thus, aggregation is the key to slimlined IP capital expenditures as well as future update costs, whether considered CapEx or OpEx.

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IP for Broadcast: Competitive Advantage or Table Stakes?

It seems like everyone is talking about the adoption of IP technology for broadcast applications. It's no longer a question of why transition to IP-based platforms, but rather when and how. As with any new technology adoption, these questions can be tough to answer. Here are a few things that can help narrow the discussion.

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