Ikegami Signs Agreement with Altered Images
The new partnership will see Ikegami benefit from Altered Images’ broad reach within the television, corporate production and education markets. Experts in studio and gallery design as well as managing complex production workflows, Altered Images will advise its customers on how they can integrate Ikegami’s products in to their systems whether that be in a high end live production or a university studio.
David Johnson, Managing Director, Altered Images, said, “We wanted to work with Ikegami due to the sheer quality and reliability of their cameras and monitors. Their unrivaled quality of products is not only beneficial to our customers but also strengthens our product offering in a big way within the industry.”
Kris Hill, General Manager UK, Ikegami, said, “Altered Images’ experience in the television, academia and corporate production markets, will perfectly compliment Ikegami’s broad portfolio of broadcast products. I am thoroughly looking forward to working with David and the team on upcoming projects, and seeing an increase in our presence throughout the UK’’
Ikegami, the leading manufacturer of specialised cameras, image processing and transmission equipment was founded in 1946 in Tokyo, Japan. Today around 900 employees are working in 1 R&D centre, 2 factories and 11 sales and service organizations all over the world. Ikegami has consistently created the most advanced products in all image processes, namely image, transmission, processing, recording and display.
Founded in 1970, Ikegami Electronics (Europe) GmbH in Neuss, Germany is the sales and service organization for Europe and Africa. Through its UK and German branches, Ikegami provides customers, system integrators and dealers with advanced products across the European, Middle Eastern and African regions.