Sony Corporation announced that it is expanding its relationship with Adobe Systems in the area of professional video editing tools.
hVault announced its plans to resurrect the more than decade-long development work of Inphase Technologies and market the first commercially available holographic storage system.
GoPro and Technicolor announced that GoPro will integrate Technicolor’s CineStyle color profile into the upcoming Protune firmware upgrade for the HD HERO2 video camera.
JVC KENWOOD and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced that I, Robot will be the first title in a series of legacy movies that will be converted to Blu-ray 3D.
G-Technology announced that it is shipping its new external 8TB G-RAID with Thunderbolt drive, which is aimed at the professional audio/video market.
Sumitomo Electric announced that it is now shipping samples of its optical Thunderbolt cable.
Sony Creative Software announced the latest additions to its product line at NAB Show 2012, including Spectral Layers and ThemeBuilder for Vegas Pro.
Rimage Corporation announced its new Blu Lock anti-rip copy protection technology at NAB Show 2012.
Digital Rapids announced that its Transcode Manager 2.0 media processing software supports UltraViolet.
Civolution announced that its NexGuard Online Media Delivery (OMD) video watermarking technology will run on Windows Azure Media Services.
Rimage Corporation announced its collection of Stream It, Push It and Burn It options to deliver multimedia content to tablets, smartphones, PCs and other devices.
Microsoft announced its new cloud-based Windows Azure Media Services at NAB Show 2012.
Panasonic Corporation announced its new microP2 flash memory card and microP2 adapter at NAB Show 2012.