LONDON, 5 June, 2018 — Sohonet, the global experts in connectivity and media services, will be showcasing the latest release of ClearView Flex at The Media Production Show (MPS) at Olympia West Halls in London from 12-13 June.
MPS attendees will have the opportunity to see how ClearView Flex demonstrated with a Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K and ATEM Television Studio HD switcher provides a real-time remote collaboration solution with only two frames of delay. Professionals can review dailies, rushes, live editing sessions and even on-set live camera feeds from anywhere on their mobile, tablet or PC. ClearView Flex has been designed specifically for the modern media workflow with the kind of security that studios demand.
“We want to help our customers tell their stories, and ClearView Flex does that by providing people, who are often on the go, with a secure, efficient work flow option,” says Damien Carroll, COO at Sohonet. “We are excited to be teaming up with our friends at Blackmagic to show how ClearView Flex can benefit live production workflows directly alongside post production and finishing.”
For further information about ClearView Flex, visit Sohonet at MPS (Stand 554) or online at www.sohonet.com/clearview-flex.
Sohonet connects storytellers by innovating technologies and collaboration with world class services. For more than 20 years, the fully independent Sohonet has been the leading global expert in connectivity and data management services for the media and entertainment industry. Sohonet offers a range of connectivity, data management, storage and compute solutions that enable clients to manage store and transfer valuable and critical content quickly, securely and effectively. All backed up by unrivaled technical support. The Sohonet Media Network is the largest and most established private, high-performance network for the media and entertainment industry connecting the leading studios, production and post-production facilities across the globe and providing high-speed access to established and emerging cloud platforms.
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