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Rohde & Schwarz DVS to make headway in film, broadcast market

04 Jul 2012

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DVS Digital Video Systems GmbH, which joined the Rohde & Schwarz group in December 2010, has revealed that it will operate under the name Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH. The hardware and software firm in the field of professional film and video post production will retain its autonomy within the Rohde & Schwarz group.

Rohde & Schwarz has added a top technology player to its roster of companies with the addition of Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH, noted the company. Located in Hanover, Germany, the firm claims to be a pioneer in the manufacture of digital video systems and storage solutions for the film and TV industry. The applications for DVS technology range from the production of TV series and Hollywood blockbusters to the creation of 4K films for digital cinema.

To better serve the market with both Rohde�&�Schwarz and DVS products, the two companies are combining their sales activities. As a result, DVS products to be developed in the future will also be marketed in more than 70 countries via the worldwide Rohde�&�Schwarz sales network.

Rohde & Schwarz DVS GmbH has a workforce of about 130 employees. Peter Spoer and Hans-Ulrich Weidenbruch will retain their positions as CEOs and continue steering the course of the company. Everything will also remain the same at the company headquarters of Rohde�&�Schwarz DVS GmbH.




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