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INX Network, Ideal Systems in pact for systems design and integration

07-September-2007
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INX Network, Ideal Systems in pact for systems design and integration

INX Network has inked a deal with Ideal Systems under which the latter will provide systems design and integration services for news and playout facilities for INX’s channels. Through this deal, the Network plans to forge ahead and launch three more channels in India.

Vynsley Fernandes, Group Director - Network Operations, INX Network, said, “We have very high broadcasting standards. Ideal Systems was the only company in the Asia-Pacific region that could meet them to provide systems design and integration support to the news team. Their expertise will ensure that the highest level of production is delivered through the best quality broadcast that will set its own standards, provide the best viewing experience to our viewers and value to all our business associates.”

Commenting on its association with INX, Promod N Mathur, Managing Director, Ideal Systems India Pvt Ltd, said, “I would like to thank INX for their trust and confidence in us. Ideal looks forward to being associated with the grand plans of the INX Network in putting together a world-class technical facility. INX’s demanding and uncompromising standards of top quality are just the sort of challenge my team is looking forward to meeting.”

Ideal Broadcasting India Pvt Ltd (IBI) is the India arm of the global Ideal Systems, specialising in both satellite and terrestrial broadcasting in the Asia-Pacific region. Amongst others, IBI has worked with Zee TV (playout and automation), Times TV, India TV (News and PCR), Sahara Network (playout and PCR), CNBC (automation), Tata Sky DTH (facility), and Infosys (multi-media centre). It has also provided services and supplies to broadcasters like NDTV, Sun Network, Asianet and Doordarshan.

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