Hamlet appoints Brian Massie
“This is a terrific time to be joining Hamlet,” said Massie. “We offer excellent cost-effective solutions to the real challenges of quality control, measurement and monitoring, and we have products that are absolutely ideal for the file-based future as well as today’s baseband infrastructures.
“The industry worldwide is inevitably moving out of recession at different paces, but we are seeing strong business in many regions, including Asia-Pacific and the Middle East,” he added. “I am relishing the challenge of getting out and about, driving home the message that Hamlet products ensure you deliver the best possible quality with simple user interfaces and excellent value for money.”
Steve Nunney, director of Hamlet, added “It is great to welcome Brian to the hard-working Hamlet team. He brings experience and energy, and I am sure he is going to be highly visible to all our customers and sales channels, as well as bringing ever more people to understand the benefits of choosing Hamlet.”
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2011, Hamlet Video International Limited is a British company dedicated to the design, manufacture and supply of innovative, high quality and cost-effective test, measurement, monitoring and quality control equipment to the video, audio, broadcast and telecoms industries worldwide. Hamlet, inventor of on-screen T&M, having completely eliminated CRT’s from its instruments has been followed by the rest of the T&M industry. Now there are few old fashioned CRT platforms. With their all-digital solutions, Hamlet has increased the R.O.I. for its users, who no longer need to include calibration cost for their instruments. Hamlet’s flexible modular platforms and hand held instruments have set the standards, now its revolutionary user friendly T&M multi-viewer platform available in the 1st Quarter of 2011 is set to light up the industry. Hamlet vectorscope, waveform and data monitors either use an internal precision LCD display or provide a raster output that can be routed to either a video or a computer monitor, at the operator’s convenience. The company also develops windows based test, measurement and quality control software for use in conjunction with file or base band broadcast systems. Running on standard computers or lap top with or without a capture card. Finally, Hamlet manufactures digitally-stable signal generators as a companion to its measurement devices.Hamlet