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17/05/2004

QuVIS launches new server products at Broadcast Production Show

QuVIS has announced the introduction of new server technology to the European community, highlighting three new lines of video servers that support the playback of 2K and 4K data, plus today’s HD formats.
In addition to displaying their flagship digital disk player/recorder, QuBit, the company will also introduce the new QuVIS Acuity, the QuVIS Ovation and the QuVIS Cinema Player, as part of the Broadcast Production Show, which runs from May 18 – 20 at the London Olympia. The new introductions address the increasing needs of the post-production, digital cinema and fixed display communities. QuVIS will also be displaying the QuVIS Digital Mastering Codec (QDMC) – and ASIC chip available for OEM.
The QuVIS Acuity is specifically designed for the production and post industries and offers a single platform with a Virtual Tape architecture that allows users to incrementally move to a digital, disk-based workflow.
The QuVIS Cinema Player assures pristine picture quality, plus 12 channels of audio for multiple language tracks and subtitling options, including native CineCanvas support. It can also integrate with any secure cinema management system and support CineLink local link encryption and optional AES data encryption.
The QuVIS Ovation provides expanded computer and video signal compatibility and supports display of more than 50 formats. The rack-mountable design may be configured to playback more than 10 hours of 1080i or 720p HD video from internal storage and offers expandable external storage capabilities.
The QuVIS QDMC ASIC incorporates wavelet based Quality Priority Encoding, the patented process that gave QuVIS products a reputation for unsurpassed image quality in the digital display and post-production arena. The ASIC offers superior throughput and is designed to scale from NTSC to 8K images with full dynamic range.
The new generation of servers also employs QPE architecture. These systems combine highly efficient imagery, non-linear workflow, and up to 12 independent channels of digital audio. Standard and custom formats range from NTSC, PAL and HD through 4K Academy.
QuVIS Inc., is the leading provider of digital motion imaging technology providing digital solutions based on Quality Priority Encoding, (QPE(tm)) a real-time recording process that guarantees image quality at user definable levels. The QuVIS line of servers, recorders and players offers the highest resolution images available for production, postproduction, digital dailies, digital cinema, simulation and large screen displays.
QuVIS Inc. will be at Stand 472 at the 2004 Broadcast Production Show.
www.quvis.com
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