New Broadcast Server Line to be Jointly Developed

Newbury Park, CA – (July 8, 2015) 360 Systems, manufacturer of video and audio broadcast products, announced today a joint project with HARDATA for the development of a new broadcast video server product line. 360 Systems and HARDATA have been long time partners in the broadcast industry and as such, a joint effort to produce a new video server product was the next logical step.

This joint line of professional broadcast video servers will incorporate 360 Systems solid manufacturing practices and support, with HARDATA’s vast software expertise. The resulting products will be focused on meeting the requirements of professional broadcasters. 360 System’s VTH line of broadcast video servers, powered by HARDATA software, will be full featured with simultaneous record and playout, SD and HD video advanced graphics overlay, scheduling and remote access.

Gustavo Pesci, CEO of HARDATA said, “After working with 360 Systems over the years, we realized how well our companies understand each other because we share the same values in respect to the quality of the products and client support. 360 Systems is well known for its polished products and the attention to detail, so we are sure that we are facing an opportunity to give our clients new first class products and solutions.”

Alan Jermagian, CEO of 360 Systems, remarked, “HARDATA has proven themselves over and over, providing professional software based products to customers for years. We see this opportunity to produce a joint video product as not only an opportunity to provide a new broadcast product to our customers, but as a first step in providing new and innovative solutions in the future. It is an absolute pleasure to be working with HARDATA again and we look forward to the release of many new products.”


Founded in 1997, HARDATA is a premier developer of workflow solutions that streamline audio and video asset management for TV, radio and commercial broadcasters and entertainment enterprises. HARDATA solutions are highly compatible with standard IT hardware used in broadcast and Pro/AV operations. The privately held company is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina.