France’s Maison de la Radio Set to Benefit from Next Generation IP Technology

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A popular French radio group is set to benefit from the latest IP technology. This new technology is expected to transform the radio group’s infrastructure at its headquarters.

The radio grouped announced a public tender, which was won by Orange business service, a leading entity in digital service integration and operation and BCE, Europe’s media services expert. This new technology is the most current in the world.

Migration to the most current technology is set to help facilitate audio-visual radio production and broadcasting. This integration is part of the radio group’s endeavor to modernize its infrastructure and radio broadcasting equipment by the year 2022.

This transformation, which is being steered by BCE and Orange Business Services, will involve an upgrade to all of Maison de la Radio’s broadcasting studios. The technology will operate based Cisco technology to broadcast and transport video and voice signatures.

The contractors have skills that auger well with the professionalism of Maison de la Radio, according to Patrick Fasso, Radio France’s Information and technical director.

To guarantee a seamless merger between media and IT, Orange Business Services will provide most of the technical support. This contractor will be tasked with ensuring that all needs of the client are fulfilled.

BCE is also a key player in this project because they have a vast amount of expertise in the integration media systems. They have been involved in many similar projects in Television and radio stations around Europe.


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