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RMUT finds channel-in-a-box

RMUT finds channel-in-a-box

RMUT finds channel-in-a-box


For its new online TV channel, Rajamangala University of Technology (RMUT) in Thailand invested in a Neo19 series channel-in-a-box playout system by Playbox with O’Connor’s coordinating the project. This will be operated by the staff and students of the Mass Communication Technology department, providing training for television production and distribution.

‘RMUT chose PlayBox Neo for its operational versatility, its proven robustness and as the clear brand of choice among broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region and around the world,’ said Sathiti Silayaeng, sales engineer at O’Connor’s. ‘We were able to specify a solution meeting the Mass Communication Technology faculty’s requirements by selecting relevant modules such as TitleBox Neo from the Neo19 range of software. Installed at the university's Thanyaburi campus, these are running on a PlayBox Neo high-definition server with an integral IP streaming output. It is a highly compact solution which interfaced easily with the faculty’s archive server. Installation, configuration and staff training were all completed on schedule and to the MCT’s full satisfaction.’

Nut Deesamer, director of PlayBox Neo, added: ‘This is an excellent example of educational television at its most efficient. In addition to its broadcast training role, the channel will become a central hub for content relevant to the university’s various academic courses. It will be accessible via the university’s website or a mobile application, allowing students to access streaming and on-demand resources wherever they choose.’

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