The TICO Alliance will be back at NAB 2019

26.03.19 02:04 PM By rlanove

The TICO Alliance will be back at NAB 2019 with new members, new product outlooks and a multi-member interop-demo.

With the emergence of the new TICO family member "TICO-XS" (currently under standardization as JPEG XS), the Alliance plays a major part in the industry's transition to IP-based workflows and UHD resolutions. 

Learn more on how the TICO Alliance is evolving and thereby supporting the JT-NM Roadmap of Networked Media Open Interoperability. 

Listen to what some Alliance members had to say at IBC last year:

Joop Janssen, CEO of Aperi, talks about how they leverage TICO specifically for 4K multi-camera remote production and emphasizes the great agility of IP live production workflows.

David Mitchinson, Solutions Manager at AppearTV, explains why they chose TICO to be implemented in their solutions for contribution and distribution.
Violet Wang, General Manager at B&M Modern Media, talks about how they implement TICO lightweight compression in their products, which benefits it brings to their customers in and the codec's advantages over uncompressed video.
Steven Deschuyteneer, Director of Worldwide Sales & Marketing at DELTACAST, highlights the advantages of TICO in both IP- and also SDI-based workflows.
John Mailhot, Systems Architect for IP Convergence at Imagine Communications and document editor for the SMPTE ST2110, talks about how TICO was used in the 2016 Rio Olympics and shares his excitement about the inclusion of compressed video in upcoming part 22 of ST2110.
Marc Levy, CTO at Macnica Americas, explains their implementation of TICO into their VIPA card in order to carry 4K video over 10Gig networks.
Media Links' CEO John Dale emphasizes the importance of TICO in 4K production systems to build cost-effective 10Gig infrastructures.
Olivier Suard, Vice President of Marketing at Nevion, explains the implementation of TICO into their software-defined media node Virtuoso and how the codec met their requirements for best quality, minimal bandwidth and lowest latency.