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NEW CHINA OFFICE

LATEST NEWS
March 18, 2019
BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S NEW CHINA OFFICE OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Pictured above: the Brompton Technology Asia team, from left to right, Pokman Chu, Account Manager, Summer Zhang, Office Assistant, Thomas Walker, Product Manager, Elijah Ebo, General Manager, Jack Fung, Lead FAE, Jacky Kwan, Senior FAE and Vivi Chiang, FAE

Brompton Technology, manufacturer of high-end LED video processors, is delighted to announce the official opening of its new China office, based in High Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, in the modern metropolis of Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, on March 15th.

The decision to open a dedicated China support office was made in direct response to requests from Brompton’s customers, with Shenzhen being the obvious location as the region is now home to the majority of LED panel manufacturers.

“At the first few meetings I had with potential customers in China, there were two immediate comments made,” explains Elijah Ebo, Brompton’s General Manager (China). “I was told, ‘It’s nice to meet you, but we don’t speak English, so you’ll struggle to deal with us,’ and ‘London [where Brompton’s head office is located] is a long way away and the time difference is considerable. But if you had an office here…’”

As a fast moving, highly responsive company, Brompton acted quickly and within just a few weeks had employed two Chinese speaking Field Application Engineers (FAEs) to help its customers with system design and technical support, whilst Elijah, who is also learning to speak Mandarin, started travelling to China more regularly.

“We acquired the office space in August last year and we’ve already seen a considerable benefit,” Elijah adds. “And in addition to being on hand in Shenzhen we have recently added Chinese language support to all our processors, which can be accessed via the Language section of the Preferences menu, and are in the process of updating all our technical and marketing literature into Chinese as well as working on a new Chinese website.”

Both the new office and Chinese language support have had a big impact on how quickly and how many people the team can see.

“Our panel manufacturer partners and customers appreciate the fact that we are now readily available for them to communicate with and offer support when needed and that we have both Mandarin and Cantonese speakers in our team,” concludes Elijah. “We are very much looking forward to welcoming many of our key customers to Shenzhen.”

NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

Tessera Sx40

Brompton’s first 4K processor and the best LED processor currently available on the market. Used in combination with the XD Data Distribution Unit, it provides a comprehensive solution for 4K screens.

Tessera XD Data Distribution

A flexible and sophisticated single box solution designed specifically for the challenges of large LED display systems.

XD

SUCCESSFUL ISE 2019

LATEST NEWS
March 18, 2019
BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY’S NEW CHINA OFFICE OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Pictured above: the Brompton Technology Asia team, from left to right, Pokman Chu, Account Manager, Summer Zhang, Office Assistant, Thomas Walker, Product Manager, Elijah Ebo, General Manager, Jack Fung, Lead FAE, Jacky Kwan, Senior FAE and Vivi Chiang, FAE

Brompton Technology, manufacturer of high-end LED video processors, is delighted to announce the official opening of its new China office, based in High Tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, in the modern metropolis of Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, on March 15th.

The decision to open a dedicated China support office was made in direct response to requests from Brompton’s customers, with Shenzhen being the obvious location as the region is now home to the majority of LED panel manufacturers.

“At the first few meetings I had with potential customers in China, there were two immediate comments made,” explains Elijah Ebo, Brompton’s General Manager (China). “I was told, ‘It’s nice to meet you, but we don’t speak English, so you’ll struggle to deal with us,’ and ‘London [where Brompton’s head office is located] is a long way away and the time difference is considerable. But if you had an office here…’”

As a fast moving, highly responsive company, Brompton acted quickly and within just a few weeks had employed two Chinese speaking Field Application Engineers (FAEs) to help its customers with system design and technical support, whilst Elijah, who is also learning to speak Mandarin, started travelling to China more regularly.

“We acquired the office space in August last year and we’ve already seen a considerable benefit,” Elijah adds. “And in addition to being on hand in Shenzhen we have recently added Chinese language support to all our processors, which can be accessed via the Language section of the Preferences menu, and are in the process of updating all our technical and marketing literature into Chinese as well as working on a new Chinese website.”

Both the new office and Chinese language support have had a big impact on how quickly and how many people the team can see.

“Our panel manufacturer partners and customers appreciate the fact that we are now readily available for them to communicate with and offer support when needed and that we have both Mandarin and Cantonese speakers in our team,” concludes Elijah. “We are very much looking forward to welcoming many of our key customers to Shenzhen.”

TESSERA TRAINING SUCCESS

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

ROGER WATERS

BRIEF

The Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour called on Brompton to supply processing for the highest resolution touring LED screen to date: 21.8 million pixels. 

Client
Processing

Four x Tessera SX40 LED Processors (three active one standby)

Panels

775sqm of InfiLED ER5 5mm

details

Phil Mercer of Universal Pixels has been involved with Roger Waters’ live performances since The Dark Side of the Moon toured in 1996.

The Us + Them tour called for a gigantic LED screen, 64.5m/10,836 pixels wide x 12m/2,016 pixels high, making it the highest resolution touring LED screen to date at 21.8 million pixels.

The screen was built in situ in 7.5m sections, with special fibre runs going from the Tessera SX40s to the XD units. The XDs were individually placed on segments of screen to minimise the amount of cable needed backstage, as well as considerably speeding the build process as it meant running two cables from each SX40 processor rather than 20.

InifiLED’s ER5 5mm is a very high resolution, compact product, and was also used with Brompton processing when Universal Pixels worked on Depeche Mode’s Global Spirit Tour.

If you have any questions regarding our LED video processors please call us on +44 (0)20 7471 9444 or email us info@bromptontech.com.

testimonial
“Roger Waters’ outdoor shows have the largest touring screen yet by pixelcount, and we wouldn’t dare do this with any other processing platform than Brompton. With their human technical support, greyed out boxes in software and technician laptop incompatibilities are history.  
We’ve used a screen with Brompton Technology processing, for the best quality picture possible. I think Brompton is the best there is out there.

Phil Mercer – Universal Pixels

FIRST TESSERA TRAINING DAY

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

BROMPTON IN TECH TRACK 100

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

CO-OP AGM

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

ST KILDA’S FILM FESTIVAL

LATEST NEWS
February 26, 2019
GLITZ AND GLAM FOR BROMPTON TECHNOLOGY AT NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2019

Produced by Indigo Television and ITV, held at London’s O2 and hosted by Dermot O’Leary, this January saw the 24th National Television Awards (NTAs) celebrate Britain’s best-loved television programmes and performers. Reflecting the glitz and glamour of the evening, bespoke video solutions company, Universal Pixels (UP) supplied a stunning LED backdrop for the stage, controlled by Brompton Technology’s Tessera SX40 LED processors.

UP supplied a total of 215m2 of Infiled ER5, which they configured as a single screen measuring 16.5m wide by 6.5m high with a pixel count of 2772 x 1092 along with Brompton’s Tessera SX40. The SX40 delivers support for full 4K screens at 60Hz with 12 bits per colour output and, by combining it with the Tessera XD distribution unit – a sophisticated single box solution designed to manage the complications of mass cabling that can arise with large LED display systems – delivered an elegant and simple to use control solution.

“LED screens are constantly getting lighter, which means more can be hung at any one time,” says Jay Mobbs-Beal, who project managed the show for UP. “And, with screens also becoming higher-resolution, we now have a lot more pixels to drive than before. In the past, we would have needed to split a screen of this size and pixel count over multiple processors. With a 4K processor such as the SX40, the signal flow is a lot cleaner. The combination of the SX40 and XD units also means we can provide full redundancy and that everything can be monitored from just one window.”

Jay also notes that working on a live broadcast means that the brightness and colour temperature of the screen often needs changing, and it needs to be done quickly. “The Brompton software is by far the simplest way to do this,” he adds.

“Our original decision to invest in Brompton processors was because they’re powerful, flexible and simpler to support in the field than any competing LED processing platform,” says UP’s Phil Mercer. “So when we were asked to provide a high resolution LED screen for the NTAs, that was shaped to fit behind custom scenic elements and capable of displaying native 4K content, the easy mapping of content and flexible cable topology that comes with the combination of the SX40 and XD units gave us the ideal solution.

“The NTAs was a huge success all round and the screen looked stunning, which is in no small part thanks to Brompton processing.”

BT TOWER

BRIEF

The Roger Waters’ Us + Them tour called on Brompton to supply processing for the highest resolution touring LED screen to date: 21.8 million pixels. 

Client
Processing

Four x Tessera SX40 LED Processors (three active one standby)

Panels

775sqm of InfiLED ER5 5mm

details

Phil Mercer of Universal Pixels has been involved with Roger Waters’ live performances since The Dark Side of the Moon toured in 1996.

The Us + Them tour called for a gigantic LED screen, 64.5m/10,836 pixels wide x 12m/2,016 pixels high, making it the highest resolution touring LED screen to date at 21.8 million pixels.

The screen was built in situ in 7.5m sections, with special fibre runs going from the Tessera SX40s to the XD units. The XDs were individually placed on segments of screen to minimise the amount of cable needed backstage, as well as considerably speeding the build process as it meant running two cables from each SX40 processor rather than 20.

InifiLED’s ER5 5mm is a very high resolution, compact product, and was also used with Brompton processing when Universal Pixels worked on Depeche Mode’s Global Spirit Tour.

If you have any questions regarding our LED video processors please call us on +44 (0)20 7471 9444 or email us info@bromptontech.com.

testimonial
“Roger Waters’ outdoor shows have the largest touring screen yet by pixelcount, and we wouldn’t dare do this with any other processing platform than Brompton. With their human technical support, greyed out boxes in software and technician laptop incompatibilities are history.  
We’ve used a screen with Brompton Technology processing, for the best quality picture possible. I think Brompton is the best there is out there.

Phil Mercer – Universal Pixels