Archive for December 14th, 2010

Symetrix Promotes Paul Roberts and Brooke Macomber

paul_roberts_2010.JPGSEATTLE, WASHINGTON – DECEMBER 2010: Symetrix announces the promotions of Paul Roberts and Brooke Macomber. Roberts, previously the Director of Sales and Marketing, to Vice President of Sales and Marketing, and Macomber, previously Inside Sales and Marketing Manager, to Director of Business Development. Though their contributions are distinct, each has demonstrated uncommon capability and drive, and each will expand their positive impacts on Symetrix in their new roles.

In his new role as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Roberts will spearhead worldwide sales management and policy, personally handle all international sales, manage U.S. regional and international sales representatives, develop corporate marketing and promotion strategies, and oversee the shipping and technical support departments. “I am excited to take on my new and expanded responsibilities,” said Roberts, who has been with the company for ten years. “Symetrix continues to grow, earning the loyalty of more

Yahoo! Symetrix Jupiter to the Broadcast Rescue

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SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 2010: To maintain its leadership of online content delivery, the Yahoo! sports broadcast facility, which produces original webcasts, including Sunday’s popular “Fantasy Football Live,” recently upgraded its video equipment to high-definition (HD). Top systems integrator, Snader and Associates (San Rafael, California) performed the original upgrade and recently returned and installed two of Symetrix’ new cost-effective ‘zero learning curve’ processors to conquer unforeseen delays in the video signal.

Internet giant Yahoo! continues to define the next generation of online content with a customizable and immersively interactive sports channel commanding the loyalty of millions. Yahoo! coverage of the 2010 Olympics proved even more popular than NBC’s! After the analog sunset switch to HD, latencies in the new system led to unacceptable delays in the video signal relative to the audio signal. The Symetrix Jupiter processors, not only vanquished more

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