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Burbank, CA—Jan 2, 2013
Doremi IMS1000 Achieves DCI Compliance
Innovative single board solution to be integrated into new lines of Barco and NEC projectors
oremi, the world's leader in digital cinema technology, announced today that its cutting-edge, digital entertainment offering, the IMS1000 has passed the Compliance Test Plan (CTP) and achieved the DCI standard of excellence. The unique integrated media server is the first* commercially available single board Integrated Media Server (IMS) solution on the market, with key features that include a combined SMS, digital storage and a secure DCI image media block in a compact form that enables it to fit inside DLP projectors.
“Passing the CTP with our IMS1000 is indicative of the hard work exerted by our team at Doremi. We knew the design of the IMS1000 would be required to meet the new DCI guidelines related to storage,” stated Michael Archer, VP of Digital Cinema, Doremi. “Systems using off the shelf storage or central storage just won’t meet DCI and studio expectations.”
“The introduction of the IMS1000 helps Barco deliver the required integrated solution for the market with our new 10s projector line, said Wim Buyens, Senior Vice President, Entertainment Division. The tested reliability and ease of use has made this the right solution for today’s exhibitors.”
“The NC900 is being delivered with the state of art IMS platform, stated Atsuki Kuroda, General Manager, Projector Development Division. The cooperative development and testing between NEC and Doremi will ensure this product meets the rigorous environment inside of the projector.”
“Demonstration of adherence to industry-wide specifications is a critical milestone for an enhanced movie going experience” said Travis Spann, President and Laboratory Director, Aegisolve, Inc. “As a NIST accredited and DCI licensed testing laboratory we report that DCI CTP review and testing of the Doremi IMS1000 is complete and the results indicate compliance with all applicable requirements.”
Higher Reliability and Lower Cost of Ownership
The Doremi IMS1000 is a state-of-the art, DCI compliant integrated media server that manages and delivers digital cinema experiences with efficiency and flexibility. The IMS1000 consumes approximately 65% less energy than the standard IMB and external storage significantly lowering the cost of ownership.
The IMS1000 is controlled by ethernet interface using a web based version of Cinelister, Doremi’s TMS or a third party TMS supporting Doremi servers. DCP ingest can be done through USB, eSATA, or Ethernet. The IMS1000 supports the highest jpeg2000 decoding capabilities, including 4K and 3D HFR and accepts alternative content including 4K HDMI inputs, dual 3G SDI and live stream.
*For DLP® projectors
NEC Digital Cinema (Global)
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