Sumatronic AG is taking over the VDL- division DAB/DMB-Equipment

    Saturday 23th May 2015
    Sumatronic AG is taking over the VDL- division DAB/DMB-Equipment
    ITAS TIM and Sumatronic AG have now reached an agreement that Sumatronic shall take over all the former VDL-products. The former broadcasting networks from VDL will be integrated into the ITAS TIM broadcasting networks.

    VDL was founded in Lyon, France in 1984 and is an international producer for Digital-Radio
    networks (DAB, DAB+ and DMB). The activities of VDL were taken over by the French ITAS
    TIM
    at the end of March 2015. VDL France also owns VDL Germany in Dresden, which is
    known as the brand VAD.
    In addition to the production of equipment, VDL also has several of its own broadcasting sites in
    France.
    ITAS TIM operates broadcasting networks, including all the services for the various broad-
    casting companies in France.
    ITAS TIM and Sumatronic AG have now reached an agreement that Sumatronic shall take over
    all the former VDL-products. The former broadcasting networks from VDL will be integrated into
    the ITAS TIM broadcasting networks.
    Sumatronic will above all offer its utmost support to the customers of VDL-products all over the
    world and optimize and ensure that its customers can continue to operate their high quality pro-
    ducts and to receive the best possible support in DAB-/DMB technology in the future.  
    Sumatronic is a leading Swiss broadcasting company which has been offering the entire tech-
    nology to radio-stations for the past 28 years and has specialized intensely in DAB technology
    in recent years.
    DAB/DMB offers an extremely efficient and cost-effective broadcast technology with a large
    variety of high quality broadcasting programs to the audiences. In addition it offers data-
    transmission-services to an unlimited number of receivers in the covered area (Data broadcast)
    These so called non PAD applications can contain amongst other things a speedy and precise
    traffic information of the latest TPEG generation, or the applications such as passenger
    information system for public transport including, for example, electronic timetable screens.

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