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RESELLER NEWS 15 POST FEBRUARY 2015 JOSEPH ELECTRONICS TO CARRY FULL VITEC PRODUCT LINE NILES, IL — Joseph Electronics ( recently en- tered into an agreement with Vitec, a provider of digital video solutions for the broadcast and entertainment industries. The reseller will serve as a Vitec solutions partner (VSP), supplying Vitec products — including the company's EZ TV IPTV System — throughout North America. "The Internet has transformed the way our customers deliver and manage video channels, not only for external viewers, but for internal audiences too," says Yohay Hahamy, president/CEO of Joseph Electronics. "IPTV is a great alternative to traditional RF CATV systems and has been very popular with sta- diums and broadcasters alike. Vitec's modular EZ TV IPTV System is, with good reason, the most deployed H.264 enterprise IPTV delivery system in the world. Adding it to our product lineup means our customers can now implement an advanced, scalable IPTV solution on their own networks, and do it quickly." The EZ TV IPTV System was recently installed at Ralph Wilson Stadium. RED EXPANDS GLOBAL AUTHORIZED RENTAL HOUSES & DEALERS SUPPORT IRVINE, CA — Address- ing continued demand and growth internation- ally, Red Digital Cinema ( has ex- panded its reach via new authorized rental house and dealer programs. Red Digital Cinema's authorized dealers create a support network in a variety of genres, including stills, cinema, broadcast, inflight vide- ography, and television. Customers can receive product demos and tech- nical assistance, as well as make purchases and mail-in/drop-off gear for repairs. New location service areas include the UK, the Asia Pacific region, North America, Russia, Denmark and Norway. In addition, Red now has over 80 authorized rental house locations world- wide, including locations in Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, the UK and the US. All locations have met the necessary requirements to become an authorized rental house, including a minimum inventory of Red cameras and an in-house technical staff with a confirmed knowledge of and experience with Red products. GPL EXPANDS WITH GROWING VFXNOW DIVISION & OFFICE IN NEW YORK LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK — GPL Technologies ( reports that its newest division, VFXnow, is increasing deliveries of IT equipment rent- als to startup shops and established studios. VFXnow's hardware-as-a-service offering couples equipment — EMC Isilon storage, Dell and Supermicro render nodes, Dell workstations, Arista and Force10 switches, Palo Alto and Fortinet firewalls — with GPL's engineering team to deliver efficient and cost-effective rental IT solutions for visual effects and post facilities. 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