Mons, Belgium - November 11, 2015 - At CCW 2015, the ASPEN Community is proud to announce that I-MOVIX, a leader in extreme slow motion for broadcast, has joined the ASPEN Community. The ASPEN Community is comprised of industry leading manufacturers and end users who are implementing the ASPEN framework to build IP-centric facilities.
The development of ASPEN; a framework that provides separated video, audio, and metadata on individual IP multicast streams; has been a collaborative effort between many broadcast industry leaders. The ASPEN Community was founded at IBC 2015 to realize and promote the benefits of deploying the ASPEN format within IP-based broadcast and media facilities through the integration and interoperability of the open format.
“We are very proud to join the ASPEN Community bringing broadcast industry leaders and end users together with the common objective of developing cutting-edge IP-based solutions. This is a challenging opportunity that we would certainly not like to miss”, says Laurent Renard, I-MOVIX’s CEO and Founder.
“We are excited that I-MOVIX is becoming a member of the ASPEN Community. With transition from SDI to IP as a major initiative in the industry, the ASPEN Community is providing the leadership for a common open framework for building IP facilities. The addition of I-MOVIX, a leader in extreme slow motion, brings another perspective to an all-IP facility which is beneficial to the Community,” says Mo Goyal (Evertz), co-chairperson of the ASPEN Community.