In the context of the continuing pandemic, IP video specialist Intinor reports a continuing demand for solutions that support remote production from customers ranging from small production companies to leading television stations.
“The pandemic has, of course, been a global disaster,” said Roland Axelsson, CEO at Intinor, which was established in 2003. “But it has driven a shift towards remote production and simple connectivity over the internet. The speed with which broadcasters and production companies have had to implement these systems means that they need proven, simple to use and off-the-shelf solutions. Intinor has been delivering broadcast quality over the public internet for longer than anyone else.”
The growth in business and the continuing demand for specialist solutions means that Intinor is in the fortunate position of seeking additional staff, including an account manager with a technical background, as well as systems developers.
“No one wants to boast about success at this very difficult time,” said Axelsson. “But we have seen major new projects in Europe and North America, and we have made significant technical advances, including complex demonstrations of 5G capabilities. We need to expand to maintain our momentum, technically and commercially.”
The new roles will be based primarily at the company’s headquarters in Umeå in Sweden, but as might be expected with a business that specialises in internet connectivity and cloud services, there is “considerable scope” for remote working.
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