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Datos Media Technologies S.A. is a newly created company dedicated to providing technology, consultancy, integration, training and support to build and improve the production workflow for the media industry.
We have created Datos Media Technologies to offer a professional and independent response to the current challenges of the technology implementation for the audiovisual market workflows.Datos Media Technologies are professionals with great experience in integration, installation, training and maintenance, specifically in production, archiving and audiovisual content delivery.
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“ONE OF THE DEEP SECRETS OF LIFE IS THAT ALL THAT IS REALLY WORTH THE DOING IS WHAT WE DO FOR OTHERS” Lewis Caroll.
Datos Media delivers a complete range of services for the totalexecution of audiovisual projects. Our services include from the pre-sales consultancy to the support and maintenance, passing through supply and integration of the technology.
Datos Media offers consultancy services, to adapt the technology and the investment to user real needs, as well as an analysis of these needs and the optimization of the workflow.
We deliver advanced audiovisual technology, representing the leading manufacturers of the broadcast and audiovisualmarket, optimizing technical and economic resources in our solutions.
Integration is one of the biggest pillars for the success of every audiovisualproject. Datos Media has the best professionals in this field, with great experience of system integration and workflows.
Every project requires correct training and support for successful completion. Datos Media offers preventive, corrective and evolutive support, adapted to the real needs of the client,bearing in mind the use and operation of the system or device installed.
“TEAM SPIRIT IS WHAT GIVES SO MANY COMPANIES AN EDGE OVER THEIR COMPETITORS” George Clements.
Datos Media has established collaboration relationships with leading suppliersin theaudiovisual sector and has commercial agreements with some very significant manufacturers.
Avid creates the digital audio and video technology used to make the most listened to, most watched and most loved media in the world. Some of Avid´s most influential an pioneering solutions include Composer®, Pro Tools®, Interplay®, ISIS®, VENUE, Sibelius®, and System 5.
Disk Archive Corporation specializes in developing and supporting high capacity, high availability solutions for long term storage archiving systems. The ALTO system is a high performance media archive with low total cost of ownership and excellent green credentials.
For more than 10 years MOG Technologies has developed tools, based on MXF standards, innovating the ingest management of audiovisual contents workflow. MOG aims to exceed media challenges and to break the workflow boundaries by delivering fully interoperable solutions to the broadcast industry.
Quantum, a global leader in storage, delivers highly reliable backup, archive, and workflow solutions that meet demanding requirements for data integrity, availability, and performance. Within Media & Entertainment, Quantum is known for its innovative software and tape solutions that enable customers to earn revenue faster and control data retention costs.
Shotoku Broadcast Systems is a company that develop some of the world's most advanced Camera Support Systems including Robotic Cameras, VR Camera Tracking, Manual Pedestals, Heads and Tripods for almost any broadcast application.
StoreData, the external storage systems brand name of SM Data, a distributor of storage infrastructure, is a broad range of integrated solutions: StoreData RAID, StoreData NAS, StoreData MAM, StoreData SHARC, StoreData SAN MDC and StoreData Server. Builded with the most advanced technology and best components available in the industry, StoreData systems are backed by 25 years of experience in pre-sales, sales and on-site support.
Digimetrics, founded in 2008, is focused on delivering the best in file-based test and measurement using the latest technologies and innovative new developments on the premise of adding trust to digital media. We pride ourselves on the innovative research and development performed by the Digimetrics team, who continually advance the capabilities of automated testing, playback and correction.
Located in Ottawa, Canada, Unlimi-tech Software, Inc. is an Emmy® Award winning pioneer in managed file transfers, and the creator of FileCatalyst, a world leading accelerated file transfer solution. Founded in 2000, the company has more than one thousand customers in media & entertainment, energy & mining, gaming, and printing, including many Fortune 500 companies as well as military and government organizations. FileCatalyst is a software platform designed to accelerate and manage file transfers securely and reliably. FileCatalyst is immune to the effects that latency and packet loss have on traditional file transfer methods like FTP, HTTP, or CIFS. Global organizations use FileCatalyst to solve issues related to file transfer, including content distribution, file sharing, and offsite backups. To learn more visit www.filecatalyst.com or on Twitter @FileCatalyst.
PROVYS is a complete multichannel management and workflow solution for broadcasters. It covers all major activities of modern media companies from strategic planning and budgeting, through management of acquired rights, production projects, and advertisement sales campaigns, to integration with accounting, content delivery, and media storage systems. PROVYS is also equipped with recent management reporting and dashboard functions.
ROOT6 Technology was established by industry professionals in 1997 at the heart of London's post-production and new media communities in Soho. The close association with the media industry lead to the development of ContentAgent, the globally-installed, scalable, software-based tool for managing and automating file-based workflows. Transcoding the files you receive into the files you need to work with and deliver, ContentAgent automates the processes in a seamless transparent manner, maximising available resources, reducing the need for human intervention and significantly streamlining operations.
Pebble Beach Systems is a leading developer and supplier of automation, channel in a box and content management solutions for TV broadcasters, service providers, and cable and satellite operators. Our products are flexible, reliable and scalable, and designed to cater for all channel types. Our innovative solutions manage acquisition, file-based workflows, archiving and multi-channel playout at large and small installations worldwide.
Marquis Broadcast provides a range of media integration products that enable broadcasters and other users of digital media to achieve maximum efficiencies from their workflow processes. Products as PROJECT PARKING, MEDWAY and BRIDGING offers broadcasters an intuitive toolset to manage the efficiency of their workflows. For example in one single application Project Parking provides the means to analyse, archive and manage media to optimise AVID ISIS and Interplay utilisation.
DYVI Live is a Belgium company specializing in game changing production workflow options for the broadcast industry that are based on its future proof IT-based solutions. The scalable DYVI production suite address the high end video live production by giving complete control of all key switcher functionality and processing from anywhere in the world, at any time making true, collaborative and flexible remote production a reality.
VidiGo is market leader in software and IT-based solutions for live TV production. The company’s mission is to create the most intuitive and efficient IT solutions for the new generation TV producers.
VidiGo’s solutions are defining the future of broadcast. In 2006 VidiGo foresaw the shift to IT & IP based solutions in the broadcast industry and since then VidiGo has provided its users with easy-to-use and open solutions, allowing them to work more efficiently and to create compelling live TV at lower costs.
The company’s clients are industry leading broadcasters, commercial & public radio stations, sports arenas and video production houses all around the globe. Professional partners in over 40 countries sell VidiGo’s solutions.
Orad Hi-Tec Systems is a world-leading provider of real-time 3D broadcast graphics, video servers and media asset management solutions, including news, channel branding, sports production and enhancement, elections and special events, virtual studios and viertual advertisement. Orad´s compelling solutions streamline production workflow, enhance viewer experience and inprove production value.
Founded in 1993, Orad is a public company listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (OHT)
Guntermann & Drunck was founded in 1985 and is now regarded as one of the foremost manufacturers of digital and analogue KVM solutions. For more than 25 years our customers have been convinced by our core competencies in extending, switching and distributing standardised computer signals. With KVM products from Guntermann & Drunck you can make the most of any IT installation. Whether you want to operate several hundred computers from one workstation or extend access to computers to up to 10,000 metres – G&D’s KVM products provide solutions for any requirements.
IPV’s Asset Management Solutions streamline media management and production processes, enabling teams to collaborate on creative works with the ability to ingest, catalogue, archive and edit content or live highlights; exploiting camera originals, archived materials and social media trending data to produce compelling content on omnipresent digital platforms. In successfully use by leading broadcasters and more than 500 installations worldwide, IPV’s Products are proven to be rugged, reliable and scalable in use.
Founded in 2003, Ideas Unlimited are established innovators in the compliance recording market. The Ideas Unlimited Contentprobe products allow customers to capture, monitor, analyse, store and repurpose radio and television programmes.
Contentprobe systems boast a patented and world leading ‘MediaFingerprinting’ technology which enables customers to identify, verify and match content without the need for associated metadata or prior watermarking.
Axon is a global leader in broadcast network infrastructure products and solutions. For over 25 years, major broadcasters, network and service providers worldwide have trusted its pioneering and enabling technology to control and monitor operations, delivering performance at the highest level. With the widest and most advanced range of ultra compact modular systems and equipment for audio and video signals processing available today, Axon’s award-winning solutions are at the very heart of broadcast, providing comprehensive insight to operational integrity, ensuring efficiency and quality – end-to-end, from production to multi-platform distribution.
Rohde & Schwarz, through their subsidiary DVS, offers a complete range of solutions for production, post-production, ingest, storage, playout, codification, multiplexation and audio and video transmission applications for the broadcast industry, network operators, TV producers, video/cinema producers, etc.
One of R&S most outstanding products is the Ingest and Production Server VENICE, which offers important advantages for broadcasters, specially in direct TV studio environments, as it permits to optimize the file-based TV production workflows. VENICE manages classic video server tasks such as HD-SDI ingest and studio playout combined with intelligent file-based features like file ingest, transcoding and media transfer operations. VENICE has a flexible multi-format video- and codec pipeline for each channel and thanks to its open platform and file system architecture, it can easily be integrated into any file-based broadcast production environment.
The mastering station CLIPSTER enables you to perform all the steps in a DI workflow on one system: subtitling, online editing of film data, conversion to various output formats, color correction, film restoration and is totally compatible to the innovative standards AS-02 and FMI in resolutions up to 4K.
To storage enourmous amounts of data in the production environments of 4K and up to 8K, SpycerBox Cell is a storage solution for demanding media applications. The 1U system is equipped with 30 hot-swappable drives arranged on a tray-based carrier system, allowing for removal and replacement during operation.
NetApp is a leading vendor of innovative storage and data management solutions that help organizations around the world store, manage, protect, and retain their data. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, NetApp is a member of the NASDAQ-100 and ranks on the Fortune 500.
“Cuando la información se organiza, surgen las ideas” Jim Rohn.
Here are the latest news…
Datos Media Technologies will be one more year in the NAB, the most important fair of the world for broadcasters, that will be held from 13 to 16 April in Las Vegas.
There Tom Nielsen, Managing Director, and David Martinez, Operations Manager, will take contact and attend to the customers on the move up to Nevada and may first-hand knowledge of the developments that are going to present the first marks of the sector and that Datos Media represents in Spain.
Datos Media Technologies will be attentive to everything that is present in the fair industry benchmark for making it available to all our customers.
On the other hand Danmon Systems Group, which Datos Media is part of, will have a Hospitality Suit (#560) to attend customers and suppliers in a more relaxed atmosphere.
It will be located in the Westgate Las Vegas Resort, next to the Convention Centre. We await you with open arms
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialises in moving media. The Company has today announced it will launch Workspace Parking, its new ‘set & forget’ disaster recovery solution for Avid workspaces, plus a host of storage analysis tools at NAB 2015.
“Managing many projects and trying to keep track of hours of content while at the same time protecting such media assets is a real challenge for broadcasters and post houses around the world,” confirms Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “As a result, many organisations have a significant vulnerability when it comes to maintaining business continuity.
“Archiving the workspace onto tape is a common IT solution,” continues Steele. “However, as one 24 hour news channel told us: ‘In a disaster recovery scenario, the only option to get key projects back on-line would be to restore our entire back-up, which would take about two weeks.’ Workspace Parking, our new ‘set & forget’ disaster recovery solution has been designed to get editors back up and running in minutes.”
Workspace Parking uses a standard, open folder structure to store the back-up of entire workspaces. Individual projects or bins of older versions of projects can then be easily identified, and restored to an ISIS or laptop immediately, providing a complete and rapid business continuity solution.
Workspace Parking ensures a complete backup of every project by analysing and identifying all information and media on a workspace and any projects associated with that media, in addition to content referenced by those projects. Because the analysis system runs regularly, every time new and associated media comes online this is included in the backup. Incremental analysis of the changes to the workspace and each project means automated nightly back-ups can be completed in a fraction of the time of a full backup. Text (SMS) or email status updates are provided as required.
“Up until now, our popular solution, Project Parking, has been instrumental in helping editors to analyse and manage projects and media on their edit storage,” explains Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “However, for the first time, the launch of Workspace Parking will now enable Avid users to back-up entire workspaces, while allowing individual projects or bins to be restored, providing a complete, automated disaster recovery system. “The introduction of Workspace Parking has also allowed us to adjust our pricing structure, so clients with smaller storage and only requiring project archive functionality can continue to purchase Project Parking at a lower cost.”
Televisión Canaria, the broadcasting authority for Spain’s Canary Islands, has migrated its entire archive from LTO tape to an ALTO all-disk storage system from Disk Archive Corporation. Initially configured with 1600TB of storage, the ALTO replaces Televisión Canaria’s previous archive installation based on a Robotic Tape Library and a third-party Archive Management system.
Two ALTO-II systems with four EX-60 expansion chassis and a dual ALTO Filer, the system’s Virtual File System interface were provided by Datos Media Technologies SA to Televisión Canarias for the new installation based at the Video Report Canarias headquarters. The ALTO storage is integrated with the broadcaster’s traffic, playout and newsroom systems through an in-house developed Media Management system. Clips are copied and transcoded using software developed by Televisión Canaria, and each subsystem of the MAM exchanges material from the ALTO in the required format. Access to the audiovisual files is via a network folder accessed from any point in the network, making it easy for the broadcaster to implement open-ended future developments.
“ALTO is a great alternative for mass storage; it is a versatile and scalable technology that’s simple to use,” said Vicente Tetuani, System Manager for Video Report Canarias. “ALTO breaks the bonds of tape-based data systems and minimizes maintenance costs. The scalability of the system and the fact that it is based on standard commodity disks gives us the flexibility to predict and manage the growth of the archive with secure user-selectable replication for backups and disaster recovery.”
ALTO-II is a scalable, flexible and highly secure alternative to a Data Tape Library for media storage, offering faster access for many more users with a low capital outlay and very low total cost of ownership. ALTO takes advantage of recent developments in disk drive technology and new strategies for data protection to offer unique performance and economic benefits for applications including media acquisition, production and distribution, archives and content libraries.
“We have many years experience working on the integration of MAM systems, and for this particular project, the archive migration was incredibly comfortable, transparent, and extremely fast,” said David Martinez, COO of Datos Media Technologies SA. “The ALTO system was installed and configured in three days, with the migration beginning the next day. Within two weeks we had already migrated 120TB of content and created the corresponding protection replicas.”
DYVI brings the benefits of the latest IT-based technology to outside broadcast and studio-based live broadcast facility companies and broadcast networks. It gives the production director complete control of all key switcher functionality, from anywhere in the world, at any time finally making true, collaborative remote production a reality. And it can also process any source material in real time, and all in stunning uncompressed quality.
Fully modular, DYVI is scalable for any size or type of production – from a small studio to a major live broadcasting event.
The DYVI production suite is a whole new approach to live content creation. Taking advantage of the latest IT technologies, DYVI puts the broadcaster in control and makes collaborative remote production a reality. Access and manage all your feeds in real time, from anywhere in the world.
“Datos Media is delighted with the opportunity to work with DYVI from the beginning to introduce the rule changing Video processing product line for live production with DYVI for the Spanish broadcasters. In the Spanish market there is a need for cost effective high end live production solutions for the transition to HD” explains Tomas Nielsen, CEO Datos Media.
Datos Media and Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced the recent installation of a robotically controlled system comprising numerous pan and tilt heads and dual 16-camera control systems at Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A. The Madrid-based Spanish media group, a national broadcaster, maintains a significant presence in the television, radio and cinema industries. The sale was made through Shotoku’s regional reseller Datos Media.
After in-depth testing and on-site demonstrations, the Shotoku systems — seven TG-18 robotic pan and tilt heads and two 16-camera TR-T control systems — were selected by Atresmedia Corporación as key pieces of its re-launched and refurbished studio to replace its older gear.
Since the first test, we were satisfied with the overall capability of Shotokus system, both operationally and technically,” says Fernando García del Rey, Head of Studio Operations, Atresmedia. “The system works well, operators find it easy to use, and the support we get from Shotoku, with Datos Media, has been excellent.
According to James Eddershaw, Shotoku sales director, Atresmedia is a brand new client and the first order with Shotoku’s newly appointed agent in the region, Datos Media, signaling a major win for the company. “I am delighted to be working with Atresmedia - one of Spains leading national broadcasters with a long history of experience in robotic camera systems,” says Eddershaw. “To be selected by them after a detailed evaluation, is praise indeed for our systems.” The Datos team worked very closely with the Atresmedia crew during installation and provided full training on-site once the system was integrated. Now, the station is live and on-air every day.
We were extremely pleased to be able to supply a large Shotoku system to Atresmedia, especially so soon after partnering with Shotoku in Spain,” says Tomas Nielsen, managing director, Datos Media. “Like Atresmedia, we were happy with the way the project went, with very smooth integration into the existing studio environment and all completed on time.
The TG-18 has a 56kg payload capacity making it ideal for any ENG camera/lens combinations in typical studio configurations including the usual accessories such as viewfinder, hand controls and teleprompter/preview monitor. The TG-18 offers exceptional pan and tilt control, allowing complete freedom for on-air adjustments from the control systems. The head combines all the features expected of a high performance remote pan and tilt head (i.e. high accuracy, smooth movement, silent operation and high payload) with a full manual override capability.
The completely configurable screen layouts of the TR-T system supports 16 cameras, capable of being controlled by a single operator position, and displayed in any configuration to suit the particular requirements of the program. The TR-T panel style uses multicolored illuminated keys to communicate system status and control settings, with the same high precision joystick for ultra-smooth, on-air control that has become the trademark of a Shotoku system.
Datos Media Technologies will be present in the BIT Broadcast 2014 Exhibition, the International Professional Show of Audiovisual Technology, which will take place the 20, 21 and 22 of May 2014 in IFEMA - Feria de Madrid. Datos Media Technologies, will be in Stand Nº 6D28 We will present the latest news from Avid with MediaCentral Platform, the new open scalable, and customized platform of common services, which makes the strategic vision of AVID EVERYWHERE real. We will also present several other products and their integrations with Avid, among others MOG, Marquis, DAC, ObjectMatrix, Provys, Digimetrix, Vidigo or Pion. An example of integration, which we will demonstrate, is Marquis Parking v3, a nearline media and projects management system over the storage platform Object Matrix, which is a robust, efficient and resistant to faillures nearline storage platforms. One of the technological novelties which we will show, will be the ALTO system from the Company DAC (Disk Archive Corporation). This is a long term storage system based on disks alternatively to the LTO tape libraries. This concept and its technology make a long term storage filesystem, with a lower cost and recuperation and a greater reliability than the systems based on robotics LTO, viable today.
Datos Media Technologies announces that it has completed a major high-definition renovation of the Madrid studio and production centre for Trinity Broadcasting Network.
Richard Fleming of TBN Europe noted that the network, founded in 1973 in Los Angeles, has had a broadcast presence in Madrid since the mid-1980s: “Today TBNs Madrid facility serves as the premier broadcast hub feeding programming via satellite to TBNs networks and affiliates throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Many of TBNs most popular programmes are filmed before a live audience, and the new state-of-the-art studio from Datos Media gives us the latest in HD technology that will keep our production quality at its peak.”
Fleming added that Datos Media, along with its UK-based sister company ATG Broadcast, were the logical choice for the upgrade because of their combined reputations for innovative designs in both live studio systems and digital content management. “Being Madrid-based, Datos is also ideally located to provide ongoing service or expansion support for TBN,” he said.
Speaking of the technical aspects of the TBN project, David Martinez, operations manager for Datos Media, explained that video production equipment integrated into the new studio includes five Sony HXC-D70 cameras with optical links; Canon lenses; Cartoni and Jimmy Jib camera mounts; a Sony MVS-3000 vision switcher; and a Ross XPression HD character generator. The vision mixer incorporates a multi-viewer output which feeds audio and video control room monitors, with file editing completed on Apple computers running Final Cut Pro X software.
“Audio production is controlled from a Studer Vista 1 console with 30 motorised faders,” Martinez explained. “This can source from AKG, Beyer, Sennheiser, and Shure microphones, plus 10 Sony digital radio microphone channels. Infrastructure equipment includes an AJA video format converter; an AJA 32 x 32 HD-SDI router; Custom Consoles production control desks; Eizo, LG, and Mitsubishi monitors in 50 inch and 55 inch sizes; Omnitek test equipment; a Trilogy master sync generator; and a Vidigo ToolBox media file player — all held together with Axon glue.”
Martinez emphasised that the entire project was completed on schedule and the new HD studio and production centre are now fully on the air. “This was quite an ambitious project for us, given TBNs reputation for maintaining exacting standards of technical quality,” he said. “We are very pleased with the results.”
Datos Media new Quantum Partner, a global leader in storage, delivers highly reliable backup, archive, and workflow solutions that meet demanding requirements for data integrity, availability, and performance. Within Media & Entertainment, Quantum is known for its innovative software and tape solutions that enable customers to earn revenue faster and control data retention costs. www.quantum.com
Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced robotic camera systems, has announced its partnership with Datos Media Technologies S.A. to continue its growth and better serve its customer base in Spain. Part of Dan Technologies A/S, a globally recognised broadcast systems integration company, Datos Media provides technology, consultancy, integration, training and support to the broadcast and multimedia production industries. Shotoku Sales Director James Eddershaw announced this important new partnership from the Company’s European headquarters in Staines, UK. “Shotoku is extremely pleased to announce its new partnership with Datos Media,” said Eddershaw. “Like Shotoku, Datos Media is a dynamic young company driven by experienced industry professionals. Tomas Nielsen (Managing Director) and David Martinez (Operations Director) both have over twenty years’ experience working in the Spanish broadcast market. Our companies share a common approach to the market based on flexibility, customer service and innovative technical solutions. We look forward to expanding our customer reach in this key part of the world.” Nielsen said, “We are very pleased to add Shotoku to our family of products and solutions for the Spanish market. We are confident that customers across Spain will appreciate the quality and performance of Shotoku remote camera systems and the commitment to customer support that both Shotoku and Datos Media provide. Shotoku is recognised worldwide as a leading provider of advanced remote camera systems for news, sports and current affairs programming as well as national governments and legislative bodies. Key partnerships with companies such as Datos Media Technologies help strengthen Shotoku’s global presence and ensure first-class support of their systems around the world. About Shotoku Broadcast Systems Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products with emphasis on manual and robotic pedestals and pan/tilt heads for the television broadcast industry. The Company also provides robotic camera systems capable of interfacing with third-party equipment. Established as an engineering design firm specializing in advanced mechanics and electronic control systems, Shotoku maintains headquarters in Japan with offices in Staines, UK and Torrance, CA. The Companys robotic camera systems are designed, developed and manufactured in Staines, UK. For further information: www.Shotoku.co.uk About Datos Media Technologies S.A. Based in Ciudad de la Imagen in Madrid, Spain, Datos Media Technologies S.A. serves the broadcast and multimedia industry with technology, integration and expertise in broadcast implementation and projects on a turnkey basis. The company is a joint venture between Dan Techologies A/S, a globally active supplier of broadcast and communications equipments, systems and services, and two experienced professionals in the Spanish Market: Tomas Nielsen (Managing Director) and David Martínez (Operations Director). For further information: www.datosmedia.es
Datos Media Technologies S.A. announces its formation as a newly constituted company based at Ciudad de la Imagen in Madrid. Datos Media Technologies is dedicated to serving the broadcast and multimedia production market with technology, integration and expertise in workflow implementation.
Datos Media Technologies S.A. has been founded by Dan Techologies A/S,a globally active supplier of broadcast and communications equipment, systems and services, together with two very experienced professionals: Tomas Nielsen (Managing Director) and David Martínez (Operations Manager). Both have over 20 years of experience in the Spanish market, including close involvement in the transition from tape-based to file-based audio visual production.
Datos Media Technologies is partnering with leading manufacturers in the broadcast and multimedia business sectors to provide the best proposition for customers on any required scale.
“With Dan Technologies as a strong and experienced partner, we have the resources to cover all the technical needs of the broadcast and audio-visual market," comments Tomas Nielsen.
"This is a very pleasing opportunity to build a strong partnership for the broadcast and creative digital media industry in Spain", adds Christoffer Kay, Director and Chief Operating Officer of Dan Technologies A/S. "The competence and experience of the Dan Technologies group combined with that ofTomas Nielsen and David Martínez and their Madrid-based colleagues establishes a firm foundation for a very exciting future."
About Dan Technologies
Dan Technologies A/S (www.dantechnologies.com) is the parent company of a number of market leaders within the broadcast, multimedia and communication business. The Dan Technologies group is a global leading supplier of audio, video, transmission products, digital media solutions, systems integration and supporting services in the areas of radio, television, post production, web, audiovisual systems, telco and satellite communications. Dan Technologies operates internationally from offices in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, the United Kingdom, Dubai and Vietnam.
About Datos Media Technologies
Based at Ciudad de la Imagen in Madrid,Datos Media Technologies S.A. (www.datosmedia.es) serves the broadcast and multimedia production market with technology, integration and expertise in workflow implementation. The company is a joint venture between Dan Techologies A/S,a globally active supplier of broadcast and communications equipment, systems and services, and two very experienced professionals: Tomas Nielsen (Managing Director) and David Martínez (Operations Manager). Both have over 20 years of experience in the Spanish market, including close involvement in the transition from tape-based to file-based audio visual production.
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Datos Media Technologies S.A., C/ Luis Buñuel 2, Bajo-C, 28223 - Madrid, Spain
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