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  • World Cup 2010South Africa

    Experiences & Challenges

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    Port Elizabeth

    Mbombela

    Durban

    Bloemfontein

    Nelspruit

    KapstadtGreen Point Nelson Mandela Bay

    Moses MabhidaFree State

    Peter Mokaba

    Royal Bafokeng

    Loftus Versfeld

    Johannesburg (IBC)

    Pretoria

    Soccer City Ellis ParkPolokwane

    Rustenburg

    Johannesburg/ Pretoria

    World Cup 2010 South AfricaVenues & IBC (International Broadcast Center).

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaVenue Contribution Network between Venues and IBC.

    Ellis Park StadiumJohannesburg

    Loftus Versfeld StadiumPretoria

    Royal Bafokeng Stadium

    Free State Stadion

    Mbomela StadiumNelspruit

    Soccer City StadiumJohannesburg

    Rustenburg

    Peter Mokaba StadiumPolokwane

    Bloemfontein

    Nelson Madela Bay StadiumPort Elizabeth

    Green Point StadiumCape Town

    Moses Mabhida StadiumDurban

    IBC

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    10 Venues and the IBC Johannesburg = 100% Availability

    Technical Design, Installation, Implementation and Operation

    From May 15th until July 18th on site project team of approx. 70 persons

    Transmitted 27.000 hours of HD feeds between the venues and the IBC.

    IP based Video Adaptation Equipment with Hitless Proctection.

    Telkom SA provided IP based Automatical Switched Network (ASTN).

    World Cup 2010 South AfricaVenue Contribution Network Key Facts

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaInternational Contribution Core Network within SA.

    Ellis Park StadiumJohannesburg

    Loftus Versfeld StadiumPretoria

    Royal Bafokeng StadiumRustenburg

    Free State StadionBloemfontein

    Soccer City StadiumJohannesburg

    Word Cup 2010 StadiumCape Town

    Senzangakhona StadiumDurban

    Nelson Mandela Bay StadiumPort Elisabeth

    Peter Mokabe StadiumPolokwane

    Mbomela StadiumNelspruit

    IBC

    Seacable Landing PointMelkbosstrand

    Seacable Landing PointMtuzini

    STM-16 Route #12.5 Gbps

    STM-16 Route #22.5 GbpsSAT-3 Seacable

    SAFE Seacable

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaInternational Contribution Core Network.

    SAT3

    SAFE

    IBC

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaInternational Contribution Key Facts

    Customers around the Globe

    More then 5 Gbps Temporary Fibre Capacity connecting the IBC withcustomers from Europe, Asia, North and South America.

    622 Mbps Termporary National Fibre Capacity connecting various placeswithin South Africa and the IBC Johannesburg.

    Telkom SA provided all National Fibre and all International Sea Cable capacity.

    The Video Adaptation of this International Distribution Network was fullymanaged from the MB Operational Team on site.

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaInternational Contribution Clients.

    ARD/ZDFRTLORFSRGHBSGlobecastAldea SolutionsDeutsche TelekomGenesis Networks

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaSNG with Production exclusively for ARD/ZDF.

    Live CoverageOne and Two Camera ProductionStand-Up

    EditingDubbingPlayout

    -was

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    6 x HD SNG operated during the World Cup in South Africa

    Shipped from Bremerhaven (Germany) to Durban and back.

    SNG Production team consists of 14 people.

    4 HD SNG where traveling approx. 25.500 km across the country.

    1 HD SNG was permantely based at the IBC Johannesburg.

    1 HD SNG was permantely based at the German Team Hotel in Pretoria.

    Operating on SES Astra 4A @ 23.5E (Ku Africa/Ka Europe).

    Backhaul via Fibre to the IBC Johannesburg

    World Cup 2010 South AfricaSNG with Produciton Key facts

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaProject Risks.

    Corporate RisksContractual & Financial Risks

    Cultural Risks

    Technical Risks.

    Personal RisksSecurity

    Personal Health.

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    World Cup 2010 South AfricaContact.

    Robert OszvaldSenior Project Manager Event Broadcast Services.

    Telefon: +49 69 959 565 340Mobil: +49 151 121 56 916E-Mail: [email protected]

    MEDIA BROADCAST is part of the European TDF-Group

    Thank you for your attention.