Early last month, systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) held its annual Media Technology Expo (MTE) for one day in Seattle and one day in Portland. The expo included a full schedule of free educational seminars and an exhibit hall with over 50 companies showcasing professional video and audio equipment. The conference attracted hundreds of attendees on both days.
Our CEO and president Hiren Hindocha participated in the expo. He offered MTE attendees demos of AnyStreamIQ, our cloud-based streamed media monitoring solution; MonitorIQ, our flagship broadcast monitoring solution; and MediaPro IQ, our content repurposing system.
Headquartered in SeaTac, Washington, ABS is a highly regarded firm led by Mark Siegel, who brings over thirty years of industry experience to his position as company president. The ABS team offers a variety of integrated solutions, from project budgeting and management and architectural design and engineering, to procurement and installation. The company represents a range of leading brands in the professional video and audio business, including technology from Digital Nirvana. ABS has successfully included Digital Nirvana solutions within its installs and recommendations since the two companies partnered two and a half years ago.
“At ABS, our top priority is offering service and products of high value to our customers,” said Arco Groenenberg, executive vice president and general manager at ABS. “Digital Nirvana offers technology for broadcasters and media outlets that ensures compliance and protects revenue streams. We believe in their solutions. The ABS team appreciates the value that Digital Nirvana provides in addressing issues and improving operations for our customers.”