ProVideo Solutions to Represent Fast Forward Video’s State-of-the-Art DVR Products to South-Central U.S.
New Partner to Provide Localized Expertise and Representation as FFV Broadens Its Market Scope
Fast Forward Video (FFV) has signed an agreement with ProVideo Solutions to represent FFV’s full line of broadcast-quality digital video recorders (DVRs) in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. ProVideo Solutions is a video equipment manufacturer’s representative to the broadcasting and professional audiovisual industries.
“Fast Forward Video has the right products at the right time, as broadcasters search for solutions that integrate into their new digital infrastructures and continue the transition from tape-to-server-based production,” said Eric Cook, president, ProVideo Solutions. “With its unique and highly advanced systems for HD recording, FFV has positioned itself to be successful in today’s market, which is ever-more focused on HD solutions.”
“We’re pleased that ProVideo Solutions will be representing our products to such a dynamic and rapidly growing segment of the U.S. video equipment market,” said Harry Glass, vice president of sales for FFV. “As we continue to broaden our market presence throughout the U.S., partners such as ProVideo Solutions will provide the on-the-ground technical expertise needed to effectively offer our products to the reseller community.”
About ProVideo Solutions
ProVideo Solutions is a manufacturer’s representative to professional video dealers and resellers in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. ProVideo Solutions is committed to providing unparalleled support to dealers and rapid response to the needs of the professional video community. With the goal of increasing product awareness and exploring new market opportunities for its product lines, ProVideo solutions offers a complete interface between customers, integrators, and manufacturers — as well as qualified technical support. For more information, visit http://www.provideosolutions.net.
About Fast Forward Video
Fast Forward Video designs, manufactures, and markets digital video recorders, board-level solutions, and time code generator/readers for professional broadcast, presentation, industrial, and military applications worldwide. Founded in 1985, the company was the first to incorporate digital computer technology, including random-access disk storage and data-compression capabilities, into professional video products. Today the company provides video technology solutions to a wide range of markets.
Additional information is available at http://www.ffv.com.
Agreement Reflects FFV’s Rapid Growth and Expanding Scope
Fast Forward Video (FFV) today announced that it has signed an agreement with SYMCO, a professional video manufacturer’s representative serving the U.S. Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions including the New York metro area. SYMCO will represent FFV’s full line of professional, broadcast-quality digital video recorders (DVRs) to
broadcast system dealers and resellers throughout the region.
“Fast Forward Video is at the forefront of broadcast DVR technology, and their solutions fit perfectly into our overall product offering,” said Frank Culotta, president, SYMCO. “Since a good percentage of our market is now in various stages of migrating to HD operations, the fact that FFV offers truly leading-edge products such as the Omega HD fills a huge requirement among our customer base.”
“SYMCO offers the ideal combination of technical expertise and market/industry savvy to effectively represent our products to resellers in this critically important market,” said Harry Glass, vice president of sales for Fast Forward Video. “With the rapid growth of our company, it’s becoming critical that we align ourselves with technical sales companies that are geographically positioned in order to penetrate important markets — and SYMCO is an
important part of this strategy.”
SYMCO is a manufacturers’ representative firm that services the U.S. mid-Atlantic and New England states. Incorporated in 1975 in New Jersey, SYMCO represents manufacturers in these states in the professional, commercial, industrial, education, and government audio/visual markets. For more information, visit http://www.symcoinc.com.
About Fast Forward Video
Fast Forward Video designs, manufactures, and markets digital video recorders, board-level solutions, and time code generator/readers for professional broadcast, presentation, industrial, and military applications worldwide. Founded in 1985, the company was the first to incorporate digital computer technology, including random-access disk storage and data-compression capabilities, into professional video products. Today the company provides video technology solutions to a wide range of markets. Additional information is available at http://www.ffv.com.
Substantial Savings Offered on Omega HD, Elite HD, and Omega SD DVRs and Upgrade Package for DigiDeck
Riding the wave of positive response it received at the 2009 NAB Show, Fast Forward Video (FFV) today announced a special rebate program. The program offers significant discounts on purchases of FFV’s Omega HD, Omega SD, Elite HD, and DigiDeck digital video recorders (DVRs).
Under the new manufacturer’s rebate promotion, FFV is offering a savings of up to $7,785 to customers on purchases of the Omega HD, the company’s top-of-the-line high-definition DVR based on JPEG 2000 (J2K compression). In addition, the “Six Pack Promotion” for the Elite HD DVR offers a free Elite HD for every purchase of five units. The Elite HD is the industry’s first camera-mounted DVR and player to offer J2K recording. Both the Omega HD and Elite HD promotions expire on June 30, 2009.
In addition, FFV’s “Omega SD Explosion” offers the addition of the SDI option (a $3,999 value) to any Omega SD purchase. FFV is also offering two simultaneous play and record deck options within the reliable Omega SD series of DVRs. Also, through the “DigiDeck Face Lift” program, customers will be able to upgrade their existing DigiDeck DVR systems from an IDE to a SATA drive interface, for only $495. The DigiDeck DVR provides broadcast-quality digital video for multi-use, industrial applications. The upgrade will offer greater flexibility in drive choices, a faster response time, and USB capabilities.
“In light of current economic conditions, we wanted to do our part by offering our dealers and customers some substantial savings on some of our most powerful DVRs,” said Harry Glass, vice president of sales. “Given the high level of interest in our solutions at the NAB show, there is definite momentum in the industry for high-end, broadcast-quality DVR solutions.”