TELTEC distributes Haivision’s next generation video streaming solutions
ISE 2016, AMSTERDAM — February 9, 2016 — Haivision, a market leader in video streaming and media management solutions, today announced continued momentum in Germany with an extended distribution partnership with TELTEC.
TELTEC distributes Havision’s portfolio of video streaming products including the Makito X encoder, Haivision Media Gateway and other streaming solutions. This continued partnership cements Haivision’s relationship with TELTEC and introduces next generation encoding and cloud distribution technologies to their offering.
Based in Wiesbaden, Germany, TELTEC distributes an extensive line of video related equipment and systems for professional film and television production, post-production and broadcast. TELTEC’s partnership with Haivision will enable it to better serve its broadcast customers, and grow its business in the enterprise, medical and government industries.
Across the globe, Haivision video solutions power a wide range of video streaming applications for enterprise, education, medical, broadcast, and government organizations. Haivision’s growth in EMEA is highlighted by an expanded presence in Germany, home to its European headquarters, sales and technical support team as well as a research and development division.
“TELTEC has been a strong partner in the broadcast industry, and we’re excited to have them expand their offerings into the medical, enterprise and government sectors,” said Chance Mason, executive vice president of global commercial sales, Haivision. “Germany is a key European market both in terms of its adoption of streaming in the enterprise and its continued broadcast focus. Haivision is well positioned to help drive that adoption with leading edge technology.”
“Haivision has proven to be a strong partner since we began distributing their products in 2013,” said Ralf P. Pfeffer, CEO, TELTEC Germany. “By furthering our relationship with Haivision, we will provide an even more robust offering to our clients, and continue to expand our business.”