Meet us at NAB in Las Vegas, April 07 to 12.
For German public TV coverage of the Olympic Winter Games 2018, editors in Pyeongchang require fast access to the video archive system. Public broadcaster MDR uses TIXstream FX for this purpose (press release).
Germany’s largest public broadcast organization ARD, including their regional broadcasting stations, as well as the international branch DW (Deutsche Welle) implemented their new file exchange system “MFT 2.0” using TIXEL’s high-speed file transfer solutions. Read more...
Meet TIXEL at the IBC, Amsterdam RAI, September 15. to 19., booth 7.B01.
Meet TIXEL at the IBC, Amsterdam RAI, September 09. to 13., booth 7.B01.
Meet us at NAB, LV April 18-21.
Meet TIXEL at the IBC, Amsterdam RAI, September 11. to 15., booth 7.B01.
On Monday 14th Sep. 15:30 Joerg Houpert (Cube-Tec) and Andreas Aust (TIXEL) will talk about workflow acceleration at the FIMS/EBU booth 10.F20
Supporting the FIMS standardization activities also at NAB 2015, TIXEL is giving a joined presentation with Cube-Tec: A globally accessible FIMS-based Media QC & Repair Service at the FIMS/AMWA/EBU booth N9225. Meet us at Monday, April 13, 1:30pm and Tuesday, April 14, 2:30pm. FIMS@NAB 2015
TIXEL and PIXSPAN have developed a new software that combines the most efficient lossless image compression with the most efficient WAN file transfer technology. The upcoming release of TIXstream file transfer software will be available with integrated support for lossless image compression for DPX, CINEON, OpenEXR, TIFF, ARRIRAW, Canon Raw, DICOM, and GeoTIFF (press release).
“TIXway software seamlessly integrates at the transfer endpoints and transparently boosts transfer speed in the WAN to the level we experience in our LAN.” (M. Blandfort, IVZ)
IVZ as IT service provider for German public broadcaster ARD operates a central large scale media archive with facilities in Berlin and Leipzig. They need to handle more than 4 petabytes content every year. Transfers to and from the individual studios and for data exchange between the two redundant distributed archive systems require high speed data transfer. (press release)
Meet with TIXEL at CCW 2014. On November 12th and 13th, 2014 this years CCW SATCON will open its doors at Javits Convention Center in New York City.
Stop by TIXEL's booth 641 to learn more about our new products TIXstream Express and TIXway Universal.
TIXstream Express accelerates the MXF Legalizer Online Service by Cube-Tec. (press release)
The IVZ as a service provider for German public broadcaster ARD is currently connecting studios to a central distributed archive located in Berlin and Leipzig. This requires implementation of high-speed remote access to archive content for the individual studios as well as efficient data exchange inside the redundant distributed archive system.
Technical Paper (in German): Zentrale Medienarchive mit Highspeed-Filetransfer in German's FKT Journal 09/2014.
TIXEL's most recent novelties at the IBC: Amsterdam RAI, September 12. to 16., booth 8.A97.
Please also reserve some time for our FIMSs presentations on workflow acceleration:
Sending TV contributions from Brazil to Europe via FTP suffer from poor speed. Instantly set up, TIXway-as-a-Service accelerates these file transfers (case study).
As in the past we actively support and sponsor the FIMS standardization activities at NAB 2014. TIXEL’s CTO Andreas Aust is giving a joined presentation with Joerg Houpert from Cube-Tec: A Global Accessible FIMS-based Media QC and Repair Service. Monday, April 7, 4:30pm and Wednesday, April 9, 3:30pm at the FIMS/AMWA/EBU booth N1231.
Indian geo data specialist Paradigm exchanges files with customers all around the world – now 12x faster by using FTP via TIXway (technical report).
If you are attending this year’s CeBIT in Hannover/Germany (March 10th to 14th) we are looking forward to seeing you. Please contact us for an appointment!
Speed is ours: 400 seconds about Data transfer acceleration as the key enabler for cloud and big data at CGC by TIXEL's CEO, Ralf Einhorn (March 14th, 12:30, Hannover, CeBIT Global Conferences, Hall 8). Get your discounted conference pass here.
“The transfer of a 360 Megabyte file took me only 25 minutes in total” Anton Schreiner, technical director of the SWR studio in Tuebingen, says. “Now we can achieve transfer rates close to our theoretical maximum speed of 2.3 Megabits/s. Until now we were only able to reach 400 kilobits/s at max.”
German broadcaster Suedwestrundfunk (SWR) accelerates file transfer via satellite by a factor of 5 by using TIXway – getting maximum link speed. (Press Release)
TIXEL's most recent solutions at this year’s Content & Communications World (CCW), November 13 and 14 at the Jacobs Javits Center in NYC. At booth #761 with our new sales partner Incite Media Solutions (IMS).
More about Transparent Acceleration of Time-Critial-File-Based Contribution. Please find the technical paper in the November/December issue of SMPTE's Motion Imaging Journal.
Learn more about TIXEL's most recent solutions at the IBC in Amsterdam, 13. to 17. September, booth 6.A05.
If your FTP transfers with partners overseas runs slower than you expect – try TIXway-on-Demand. No extra software. No mess up of your processes and work flows. No investment. No risk. Just fast transfers.
Last six months have been an extremely productive period at TIXEL and we extended our product-line for transfer acceleration by a variety of exciting features (NAB in Las Vegas, April 06 – 11).
Once again TIXEL has got some amazing news regarding fast data transport, e.g. TIXway Express now also running on Windows. CeBIT in Hannover (05 to 09 March).
TIXEL’s CEO Ralf Einhorn is going to present Moving big data around the globe (CGC, Open Stage, Wednesday, 06 March, 12:00 noon).
Once again TIXway’s FTP acceleration performance and unrivaled ease of integration has been proven - this time by the German IRT (Institut für Rundfunktechnik) - the independent institution and trustworthy intermediary for content providers, network operators and manufacturers. (Press Release)
TIXEL at IBC 2012: hall 7, booth 7.K41
TIXEL's CEO presents Transparent Speed-Up Of Time Critical File-Based Contribution; Monday, September 10th, 11:30 – 13:00. For details please visit: ibc.org
Also at this year's IBC TIXEL is sponsoring the EBU/AMWA initiative FIMS (Framework for Interoperable Media Services) and taking part at the presentation sessions. European Broadcasting Union (EBU): hall 10, booth 10.F20
TIXpipe allows direct multi-Gigabit transfer of data in real-time without caching even on long haul links. This leads to significant time savings when implementing distributed big data applications. (Press Release)
New features: Up to 20 GBit/s duplex end-to-end performance • New efficient full speed AES encyrption • Additional service based authentification and encryption • Enhanced web service interface; additional query and control functions • Simplified Live-OS deployment for evaluation and installation. Learn more...
New features: New strong full-speed AES encryption on the WAN link • Enterprise edition with up to 2.5 GBit/s • New easy to use web based configuration • New simplified deployment with Live-OS for evaluation and installation. Learn more...
A quick path through the WAN for any application producing data on standard out.
Simply transfer of generic data streams to remote locations • Transparent standard I/O redirection over WAN with up to 2.5 GBit/s • Highly versatile UNIX-style pipe usage. Learn more...
New native integration options for TIXEL's RWTP protocol are available
Object oriented C++ SDK • BSD socket like C-API • Google Go bindings. Learn more...
TIXway 1.2 comes with an intuitive web based user interface for configuration and license management.
The most recent release of TIXstream with many new convenience features is available now. TIXstream 2.9.2 comes with improved usability for the tixcp command line copy tool.
Simply put a little box in your network and boost your FTP transfer rates on the wide area link – without the need to modify your tool chain. TIXEL released new attractive entry level solutions. Read more...