Founded in 1966, Evertz is headquartered in Burlington, Canada, and is a globally-recognized, reputable and dynamic television, satellite, cable and IPTV broadcast equipment designer and manufacturer. Driven to provide the best and most advanced technological solutions, Evertz also offers a number of products for the Command and Control, A/V marketplace including the MVP.
The MViP-II IP Based Multi-Image Display & Monitoring Solution been developed to be used as a tool for digital headends, IPTV networks, and sites using IP for distribution with a requirement to monitor and display audio and video along with fault information and transport details on a simple to configure system.
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