June 11, 2013
SYRACUSE, N.Y., June 11 -- Seneca, a leading custom computer and appliance manufacturer providing expertise in designing, building, and integrating systems for the digital broadcast market, today announced its participation in the Sport Video Group (SVG). The Sports Video Group was formed in 2006 to support the professional community that relies on video, audio, and broadband technologies to produce and distribute sports content.
“Joining SVG allows Seneca to connect with more industry leaders to further enhance our presence in the sports broadcast market,” said David Mitchell, Market Development Manager, Seneca. “Collaborating with SVG provides us an opportunity to share our success and learn from others, while working to help further the great work SVG is doing to advance the sports broadcast community.”
Seneca creates partnerships with global technology leaders to design and optimize leading digital broadcast solutions including storage appliances, rendering and editing workstations, and video wall controllers. Our broadcast solutions enable integrators to offer their customers industry leading, purpose built appliances that are specifically designed to deliver high performance solutions that the market requires.
Our team of dedicated digital broadcast engineers properly size, scope, and optimize storage configurations for primary or secondary backup, disaster recovery, and archive storage requirements. With common hardware and graphical user interface across the storage portfolio, Seneca simplifies storage technology allowing for easier system management and reduced time to implementation.
Seneca offers a range of Nexlink Workstations which are designed to be highly scalable to meet the evolving needs of the broadcast market. Our flagship Nexlink 7950 series Workstation is powered by NVIDIA Maximus and delivers the ultimate performance and value in accelerated computing. This solution combines visualization and interactive design capability of NVIDIA Quadro GPUs and the high-performance computing power of NVIDIA Tesla GPUs into a single workstation.
Seneca delivers customized video wall controllers by leveraging our partnerships with leading video card manufacturers and independent software (ISV) companies. Our engineers benchmark and optimize system settings to maximize overall performance and assist commercial integrators in sizing and recommending the optimum video wall display solution. Seneca video wall controller offer a complete solution for control rooms, video production, sports arenas, auditoriums, restaurants, and sports bars.
To learn more about Seneca sports broadcast visit our digital broadcast website or call (800) 227-3432.
Seneca is a leading U.S.-based custom computer and appliance manufacturer and value added distributor with an international reach. With over 30 years of experience Seneca has taken our expertise and passion for engineering to provide our partners with a complete technology lifecycle of services. With a partner ecosystem of global leaders in technology, logistics and financial services, Seneca creates solutions that simplify technology for business, education, healthcare, digital signage, digital security and surveillance, and digital broadcast customers around the world.
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