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the connected world supplement IBC Connected World


As Internet connected devices penetrate the market at explosive pace, consumers are beginning to find, interact with and even create media in radically different ways. Smart phones, games consoles, netbooks, connected TVs and tablets are making content available on-demand and with an unprecedented degree of personalisation. As content goes cross device, broadcasters and producers need to examine the changes in consumer behaviour in order to adapt their business models and keep in touch. The IBC Connected World will bring together the companies, technologies and leaders shaping the business of 'content everywhere' under one roof and provides IBC attendees with the chance to view the multitude of exciting opportunities being created for the electronic media industry by IP, broadband and mobile distribution.


The IBCConnected World Stand by Stand Guide to Hall 13


A round-up of what just some of the exhibitors in the IBC Connected World (Hall 13) will be showing this year, correct at 16th August 2011.


4Mod Technology Stand: 13.193


Access Stand: 13.115 Access, a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, beyond- PC and digital TV markets, will be demonstrating market-leading solutions in DLNA, HbbTV and iPlayer. Access will be displaying its newly DLNA certified NetFront Living Connect solution, which allows users to seamlessly access, play and control digital media like photos, videos and music, from any DLNA Certified device within a home Wi- Fi network. In addition, Access will also be showcasing its NetFront browser for HbbTV, a market-proven, platform-independent HbbTV software solution. This solution enables OEMs, middleware companies and operators to upgrade or launch HbbTV capable devices and services quickly, efficiently and affordably and is the most widely deployed HbbTV software solution. Access will also be showing its BBC iPlayer solution, a modular, compact and platform-independent application which delivers advanced technologies while speeding time-to-market and reducing development costs. To highlight the advantages of DLNA and HbbTV, Access will be demonstrating these solutions with TVs, STBs, mobiles, tablets and cameras.


Ant Systems Stand: 13.198


Antik Technology Stand: 13.313


Antik Technology is a company dedicated to the long-term development, production and distribution of hardware devices and software for the fast growing IPTV industry. The company, established in 1990, is a designer and manufacturer of HD and 3D IPTV set-top boxes, hybrid set-top boxes, professional encoders/transcoders, IPTV middleware and headends developed in Central Europe. The company can now provide cost-to-performance end-to-end IPTV solutions.


Aspiro TV Stand: 13.243


Aspiro TV provides compelling video experiences on consumer devices. Based in Oslo, Norway, Aspiro TV is a leading TV and video provider, powering services for network operators and broadcasters such as Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica O2, Telenor, MTV, Hi3G, BBC, Elisa and Entel. The company’s managed services include content sourcing and complete technical management of the end-to-end solution. Aspiro is listed on the Nasdaq OMX stock exchange in Stockholm.


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Atos Origin Stand: 13.153


Audible Magic Stand: 13.384 Audible Magic is a provider of automated content recognition (ACR) and SmartSense frame accurate media synchronisation solutions using the power of perceptual digital fingerprinting. Approximately 12 million look- ups a day are matched against a database of over 12 million movie, TV and music titles from major studios. Creating customised applications is a breeze using the company’s standard API to build applications for social TV check-in, media synchronisation, interactive advertising, broadcast monitoring and audience measurements. Ingestion of your advertising or video content is easily done with its standard fingerprinting application.


Bangchen Stand: 13.382


BeeSmart Stand: 13.281-283


Bluestreak Technology Stand: 13.123/124


Broadcast International Stand: 13.362


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