T-VIPS Wins Two Prestigious Awards at IBC, one of the World’s Pre-eminent Broadcast, Media and TV Industry Trade Shows
T-VIPS AS, a Norwegian technology company that designs, builds and supplies world leading
solutions for the transport of broadcast quality video signals, announces today that it
has won the two product categories in the Cable & Satellite International Product of the Year
2007 Awards. These prestigious prizes are awarded annually at the IBC broadcast, media
and TV industry trade show, held in Amsterdam. The CSI awards were presented during IBC
(www.ibc.org) at an awards ceremony on the evening of Monday 10th September.
The CSI Product of The Year 2007 Awards won by T-VIPS solutions were:
• T-VIPS’ JPEG-2000 TVG415 and TVG430 Video Gateway range for the best fibre
contribution / distribution / transport solution
• The T-VIPS CP510 and CP520 cProcessors for the best terrestrial wireless
“Winning one CSI award is a triumph, to win two is amazing, confirmation that we provide
world-leading solutions in our field,” says Johnny Dolvik, CEO, T-VIPS.
“Winning awards for both products that we were nominated for shows that in addition to
being a true industry pioneer, we also have the R&D, engineering excellence and sales and
marketing skills required to take exciting new products to market and make them a
commercial success,” concluded Dolvik.
Designed to reward technical and product marketing excellence in the cable, satellite, terrestrial
broadcasting and IPTV sectors, the Cable & Satellite International Product of the Year Awards 2007,
held at IBC, are some of the most comprehensive and competitive technology awards anywhere in the
world. They are organised by Cable & Satellite International magazine and are hosted at IBC, one of
the world's most important exhibition for the combined cable, satellite, terrestrial broadcast and IPTV
communities. The awards are open to any company supplying relevant products, software or services.
A thorough nomination process takes place prior to the IBC, during which the top candidates were
shortlisted for each award.
The awards are judged independently of Cable & Satellite International by a panel of experts that
includes practicing and former heads of engineering and operations from some of the world's most
important network operators, well-respected consultants and senior industry analysts. In 2007 there
were 17 CSI Awards presented, with over 180 entries. For more information, please visit: