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Miami, FL, United States, 2010/10/05 - From 10 to 14 of September the Managing Director and the Broadcast & Media staff of HAYMAN-WOODWARD has attended 2010 IBC edition, in Amsterdam.
At IBC they witnessed the biggest challenges and Strategic trends on the broadcasting & media distribution business, technology advancements, content creation and innovation. Attendance figures released at the end the event show that 48,164 industry professionals visited IBC2010, a 9.4% increase on numbers from last year.
One of the agreements signed by HAYMAN-WOODWARD at this event was with LOGIWAYS, French conditional access technology company (logiways.com) which provides innovative solutions adapted to the future of TV operators, with an extensive expertise of the Digital TV technologies and broadcast constraints.
At the trade-show, HAYMAN-WOODWARD signed an agreement with LOGIWAYS for business prospecting in South and North America. The agreement summarizes the promotion of LOGIWAYS VodAccess™ the solution to deploy cost-effective and secure interactive VoD offer everywhere, with no high-speed broadband needed in emergent markets, while maintaining the security of the content.
"Our customers demand rich and flexible solutions at an affordable cost, and with VodAccess™, LOGIWAYS is poised to take the market to a whole new level," said Laurent Pellegrin, Logiways' CEO.
HAYMAN-WOODWARD (haymanwoodward.com) is adding to this agreement the high quality services of business prospecting of C-Level introduction. Leonardo Freitas, Managing Director of HAYMAN-WOODWARD said: This agreement will allow us to grow LOGIWAYS globally, thus reaching a larger number of end-users. The exceptional features of LOGIWAYS systems rely on the fact that each operator can manage the level of security they wish, adding functionality and safety to their content delivery system.”
And he completes about IBC:
"We're thrilled with this year's strong visitor numbers. They are a clear indication that the Broadcast and Content Delivery industry is robust and recovering well."