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EVS deploys live servers in ORF's Austrian production facilities.

Austria-based broadcasters Eusterreichischer Rundfunk -- or ORF -- will upgrade its live production servers to EVS'next-generation XT-VIA, alongside several other EVS solutions. These include the new X-ONE single-operator system which will be used to produce smaller sports broadcasts of up to six cameras.

Designed by EVS to allow operators to work with as much flexibility as possible, the XT-VIA servers will enable ORF to futureproof its news, sports and entertainment workflows. One of the XT-VIA servers will be installed in ORF's new OB Van FE[pounds sterling]01, its first fully IP-based mobile facility.

Commenting on the upgrade, ORF's Andreas Fraundorfer said: "As Austria's public service media provider, having trust in the technology that makes up our live production workflows is very important. It's for this reason that we've ordered EVS servers. We know that we're going to be able to rely on them to constantly operate at a high-level, no matter what."

The XT-VIA is the latest in the line up of XT servers. Users can deploy it in workflows that are based on 12G SDI or IP connectivity and can operate it in multiple screen resolutions including 1080i, 1080p, and UHD-4K.

Being installed alongside the servers is a range of other EVS products to streamline the live production processes at ORF. These include IPDirector live PAM systems for content management, XFile3 systems, and other innovative products like MultiReview, Epsio Paint and Epsio FX.

The broadcaster has also ordered EVS' X-ONE unified production system, which it will use to produce small and medium-sized live sports events.

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Date:Sep 16, 2018
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