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Beijing Huayi Chuangxin joins SDVoE Alliance

Stadium events specialist becomes an adopting member of the nonprofit consortium

The SDVoE Alliance has announced that Beijing Huayi Chuangxin has joined the SDVoE Alliance as an adopting member.
Established in 2003, Beijing Huayi Chuangxin Info. Tech. Co., Ltd. leads research and development, product supply and professional system integration for stadium events. Huayi Chuangxin’s focus on research and development helps to uncover the unique needs and pain points of professional stadiums and provide bespoke solutions. The company has provided solutions for large competition venues, including the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the 2011 Shenzhen Grand Games, the 2019 Wuhan Military Games, the 2021 Chengdu Universiade, the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and other large-scale event venues.
“We are pleased to welcome Huayi Innovations to our expanding global alliance,” said Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “Huayi Chaungxin is deeply focused on providing high-quality solutions to solve the unique challenges of stadium events. Their technology is focused on reliability, quality and performance. As a member of the SDVoE Alliance, Huayi Chuangxin can provide new high-quality solutions for mission-critical applications worldwide.”
Leon Chen, chief executive officer for Huayi Chuangxin, added: “Huayi Chuangxin’s products supply centralised monitoring, high video quality and unified management, optimising resource allocation and facilitating implementation of key operations in sports stadium market. Which is why SDVoE platform was the optimal choice for integration with our stadium events use application. The SDVoE platform provided a highly integrated SOC solution for audio and video processing and transmission, which perfectly collected the signal output of the computer peripheral interface and support the lossless quality transmission and display of ultra-HD video.”