OpenCube Technologies

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OpenCube Technologies
Industry Computer hardware
Computer software
Consumer electronics
Digital distribution
Founded Toulouse, France (April 1, 2003 (2003-04-01))
Headquarters Toulouse, France
Area served
Worldwide
Parent EVS Broadcast Equipment
Website [1]

OpenCube Technologies is a French company headquartered in Toulouse, member of the Belgian group EVS Broadcast Equipment.

Established on April, 2003, OpenCube Technologies develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of software and hardware for the broadcast and cinema industries.

Active in computing, broadcast and video, OpenCube Technologies provides MXF-format solutions (MXF server, MXF player, MXF converter, MXF Toolkit) and media content management services.

OpenCube has been acquired by EVS Broadcast Equipment in 2010 [1] and is now part of the EVS Media division.

The company has been awarded in 2008 at the SATIS (Salon international de l'audiovisuel of Paris) for its product P2SoftHD.[2]

Its customers are Airbus,[3] MTV[4] or 20th Century Fox.[5]

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OpenCube MXF server on EVS' website

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