Broadcast Solutions And Zero Density Extend Partnership


GER: Broadcast Solutions and Zero Density have announced a strategic partnership. 
As part of this new cooperation, Broadcast Solutions will extend their list of countries to distribute Zero Density. In addition to several Nordic countries, where Broadcast Solutions is already partnering with Zero Density, the new cooperation concerns countries including the UK, Germany (DACH), Hungary and Spain.
Antti Laurila, Global Sales Director at Broadcast Solutions, said: “We are thrilled to bring Zero Density tools to even more European countries. This partnership perfectly matches our strategic expansion in Europe. Zero Density is a global leader in Virtual Studio technology and pushes the boundaries of what is possible. Their 3D Virtual Studio and Augmented Reality platform is a game-changer, and we look forward to making it available to our customers.”
“Broadcast solutions is one of the biggest systems integrators in Europe offering complex products and services and we’re proud to take our collaboration to the next level,” said Ulaş Kaçmaz, VP, Sales/Marketing. “We’ve been partnering with Nordic branches of Broadcast Solutions and it is evident that the know-how and the capabilities of the team are vast in all areas broadcast. We are proud to extend the partnership to other countries.”
The extended partnership between Broadcast Solutions and Zero Density starts immediately. To learn more about the product, Broadcast Solutions’ sales and engineering colleagues from all over Europe visited Zero Density’s headquarters for extensive training.
Zero Density is an international technology company dedicated to developing creative products for the industries such as broadcasting, augmented reality, live events and esports. Zero Density offers the next level of virtual production with real-time visual effects. It provides Unreal Engine native platform, "Reality Engine", with advanced real-time compositing tools and its proprietary keying technology.
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