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BROADCASTASIA2001 and COMMUNICASIA2001 PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

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5D Cyborg

Modular by design, 5D Cyborg systems is capable of handling the most complex of visual effects work. It can be scaled to perform different functions right from offering paint and rotoscoping, tracking to full 3D compositing.

The widest lens in the world by Canon

Canon to introduce the third generation ultra wide lens of the IF-XS series, 'J11 ax4.5B' which will allow for a smaller and more compact size.

Radio Rock

Factum Electronics AB is proud to present the Ensemble Multiplexer System for Digital Radio applications. The system supports upstream service providers as well as local insertion of data and audio services.

Plasma Magenta

It is a new multi-platform content authorising ans service management solution to originate broadcast information services. Plasma Magenta enables to author and aggregate content which is to be delievered to multiple output platform.

Nautel Q20-20 KW solid state FM transmitter

Nautel design makes it possible to address FM transmission power requirement of 22KW and even 44KW with a dual 22 KW system.

Omnibus Systems

Omnibus system is multi-channel, multi-delivery automation and control system designed to bridge the gap between video, audio, internet and data streaming applications.

Musicam USA's Yoyager

It is newest POTS audio codec designed to send and receive up to 15 KHz audio on a single phone line with very low coding delay.

Dayang VRset

Dayang Virtual set provides a high performance, low cost solution for a digital broadcast studio.

COMMUNICASIA2001 PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Hewlett-Packard company is introducing new initiatives, including a mobile e-services architecture for third generation (3G) network and service providers, an alliance with Siemens and an HP Jornada combining handheld and mobile phone functionality.

InnoMedia a leading supplier of Internet telephony appliances, ulitises packetised voice and video in a revolutionary way to offer colourful, information rich communications.

ITERU introduces Iteru Club Interactive - a suite of SMS, Web and WAP applications that leverages on the ubiquitous mobile phone and the web to enhance interactivity between customers in entertainment outlets.

Wireless Services Asia, Inc develops, maintains and hosts services for delivery over GSM Networks, utilising the messaging and datacommunications capabilities of these networks.

Tornado Development Asia Ltd, with unified messaging solutions, which is personal communications service, increased traffic and the ability to access audio/video messages via the Web, wireless internet and cellular phone.

The SpeedCast Multimedia network is uniquely designed to deliver streaming multimedia content to the Internet.

Japan Total Design Communication Co.,Lytd introduces world-wide a new bluetooth compliant hands-free wireless headset-i2me which eliminate the need for cable attachments.

HydraWEB's new innovative product, HydraGPS is designed to fulfil the need for 100 per cent guaranteed content availability and consistent, predictable performance.

OptiView Integrated Network Analyzer from Fluck Networks offers a mobile solution that complements the fixed monitoring tools for today.

Controlware introduces new fibre optic systems OCF-1 which is fully protocal transparent and OFD-1 which is an optic fibre doubler.

The CMG Telecommunication's Short Message service Certre (SMSC) is a central store-and forward facility that accepts, buffers, processes and distributes all short Messages in a mobile network.

The eBiz Market Server, developed by California Software offers you the integrated framework for e-marketplace and procurement solutions.

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