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Norddeutsche Rundfunk (NDR) has contracted VCS to deliver software for integrated system management (ISM) to monitor and control the Dira digital radio system installed in the radio stations at the NDR site in Hamburg, Germany. The system is based on EGMC², a VCS software framework development that monitors, controls and configures systems and workflows.
Hospital Radio Wey, the volunteer radio station based in Chertsey, England, began at Weybridge Hospital in 1965. It has expanded to cover Ashford and St. Peters Hospitals and is looking to increase its services to other hospitals, care homes and the health sector across the area. The hospitals are linked and broadcast from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. each day, including live commentary from local soccer matches and other outside events of local interest. As part of a facility upgrade, the station chose Sonifex S2 consoles for the studios.
Glensound released the MPI-004 in February 2008, and sales of the unit have surpassed 300 of the GSM phone. The device provides cell phone access with adjustable audio input and output connections, and a headphone jack. The unit accepts a SIM card on any network via a front, recessed slot. The quad-band phone operates anywhere in the world outside of Japan.
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