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Zetacast is a UK based technology consultancy company with an international focus, founded in 2002. Our Directors and Senior Consultants are all well-recognised figures with extensive experience in the industry. Additional resource, matched to the needs of specific projects, is provided by technology and policy specialists drawn from our network of experienced and trusted consultants.
Zetacast provides a range of technology and policy support services relating to media, communications and broadcasting. These services include representation in standardisation bodies and industry groups, advice on regulatory and policy issues, analysis of technology and market developments, support in designing system architecture, performing system integration and project management.
Zetacast maintains a pool of technology and policy specialists, giving you access to the skills you need at the time that you need them. We stay up-to-date with the latest technological and legislative developments, which you may have neither the time nor the appetite to interpret. Our independent status ensures that we always give unbiased advice on how this ever-changing landscape will affect your products or services.
Zetacast at IBC, Amsterdam
As usual in September, Zetacast was at IBC, the International Broadcasting Convention.
On 16 September Zetacast was pleased to support the Amsterdam launch event for the MC-IF, the Media Coding Industry Forum, as one of the initial members. For more information on MC-IF, see www.mc-if.org.
Game Console VA, Brussels
Zetacast was pleased to support Microsoft at the meeting of the Steering Committee of the Game Console Voluntary Agreement on 5 June 2018. The Steering Committee includes representatives from the European Commission and the three industry signatories: Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony Computer Entertainment.
MPEG 126, Geneva
Zetacast participated in the 126th meeting of MPEG, which was held in Geneva from 25 to 29 March 2019.
This meeting further developed the new standard known as MPEG-5 Essential Video Coding, with added high-level syntax and a slightly trimmed design to make it more hardware-friendly.