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IBC Connected World the connected world supplement


Lucent, ANT Software, BBC, BesTV, Bouygues Telecom, Broadpeak, BT, Deutsche Telekom, Digisoft.tv, Dolby, DTS, D-Link, Fraunhofer, Gemalto, Huawei, Humax, HwaCom, Intel, Intertrust Technologies, IRT, ITRI, JT Group, KDDI, Motorola, MediaTek Inc, Mstar Semiconductor, Nagra/Kudelski, Opera Software, Penki Kontinentai, PCCW, RAI, Rogers, Rovi, Saudi Telecom, 3 Screen Solutions, SES-Astra, Sharp, Sigma Designs, Smartlabs, Stingray Digital, Technicolor, TeliaSonera, Testronics, TNO, Toshiba, Verimatrix, Vestel, Zenterio, ZTE and Zyxel.


Paywizard Stand: 14.100


Philips uWand Remote Touch Stand: 14.113


Quickplay Media Stand: 14.451


Real Networks Stand: 14.225 The Helix media delivery platform from RealNetworks helps


operators reach viewers, wherever they are, with reliable, uninterrupted media streaming. From narrow-band to broadband, Helix supports content creation and management, live and on- demand delivery and playback services for TV, set-top boxes, OTT and mobile devices. Whether a company is producing breaking news, DRM-protected, user- generated content or a professional digital media website, Helix helps deliver engaging content with an easy- to-implement solution that saves time and money by streamlining the entire digital media process.


Reelway Stand: 14.443 Reelway is taking the step into the social media market with ReelSpirit - an add-on service to the existing MAM service ReelCloud. It introduces social networking technology into the media business. ReelSpirit allows users to create personal profiles, form groups and follow assets, EDLs and projects. With ReelSpirit every user is up to date with what’s going on in the enterprise.


Reelway’s flagship platform service ReelCloud provides metadata management, video browsing, EDL creation and workflow processing from everywhere via standard web browser. The ReelCloud service comes with a new browser based video editor, ReelTake. ReelTake allows multi-track editing, audio rubber-banding and compiling frame-accurate EDLs. Reelway’s package - ReelRock - allows operators to interact with the media files directly.


Savas Stand: 14.161 The Savas FP7 European project aims to develop LVCSR (Large Vocabulary Continuous Speech Recognition) systems for subtitling applications directly integratable into the broadcasting chain. Subtitling is one of the


most widely used methods to make audiovisual content accessible for the deaf and hard of hearing or the ageing population. Automatic transcriptions also make media searchable and discoverable. Within the scope of the project, audiovisual spoken and textual resources will be collected, transcribed and annotated and LVCSR systems for Basque, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French and German will be developed. In addition, the performance of the developed systems will be tested for online automatic transcription and respeaking.


Signiant Stand: 14.621


SmartLabs Stand: 14.321 SmartLabs is a leader in service delivery platforms for interactive digital television (IPTV, OTT, hybrid TV), advanced client applications and user interfaces, next generation set-top boxes, etc. At IBC, SmartLabs will showcase its unique cloud based


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