Quicklink, a UK based video distribution services provider has recently announced the launch of a bespoke service to customers which allows off-the-shelf Quicklink and partner products to be modified and built to individual customer specification.

Al Saeedah and eNCA are tworecent examples of how Quicklink has helped broadcasters to achieve their goals.

A bi-directional file transfer method for stored media – Al Saeedah TVAl-saeedah TV

Shahab Noaman from the Al Saeedah technical team explains; “we made contact with Quicklink as our editors required a bi-directional file transfer method for stored media from our Yemen head office to the bureaus located across the Middle East. We were already using WBBM (Web Based Broadcast Manager) so the solution was provided as a software update which was installed by a Quicklink engineer. The final solution provided the functionality we required and was very simple to use”.

 
Sending stored video content from a mobile phone – eNCAeNCA Channel

Sean Thomas, Broadcast Deliveries Manager for eNCA; “We required a more efficient way to send video stored on a mobile phone over the internet into our studio for news broadcasts. We use Quicklink as a preferred broadcast solutions provider but this was different as they didn’t have a product at the time on the shelf. After consultation the required solution and workflow was provided that exceeded expectations.”

Luke Griffith’s technical manager at Quicklink says “from saving money to optimising workflow, we can offer a bespoke solution that provides greater efficiency”.

To speak to Quicklink for a free consultation please email sharon.howells@quicklink.tv