What we do?

Our Industry Relationships

As a technology specialist, it is important that we are always up to date with the latest development. Tequate are Partners and Members with organisations who provide knowledge and specialist solutions to the Broadcast, Telco Cloud and Converged Services

Here’s some information on our partners and affiliates, both of which we thank for the opportunities for collaboration and knowledge sharing that they provide.

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Technology Partners

Tequate’s subject matter experts are deeply embedded in the technologies that enable and augment the world of Broadcast, Telco Cloud, and Converged Services. As part of our research and development for training and consultancy we collaborate with vendors who provide solutions into those ecosystems, with whom we share information, to enable us to demonstrate their solutions within our clients workflows. This information sharing helps our clients to understand the technical capabilities of the solutions they are employing in their workflows, as well as issues surrounding interoperability with other devices and solutions. We are also able to improve the efficiency of the adoption of the solutions we represent, and improve the customer experience for those vendors. When required we also provide training for our vendors clients, to augment their sales and improve customer satisfaction.

For over 45 years, Matrox has been synonymous with technology and innovation. A market leader in designing software and hardware solutions for Pro AV/IT, video, and imaging/machine vision applications, Matrox combines engineering excellence with deep industry expertise to deliver unique solutions for their customers. Matrox has earned its reputation as an industry leader by consistently meeting customer requirements for innovative technology and the highest manufacturing standards.

PHABRIX is a worldwide leader of innovative cost-effective test and measurement instruments. They produce a range of tools for IP test and measurement, including 4K/UHD + HDR for broadcast to enable faster fault diagnosis via range of both handheld and rack mounted equipment.

NDI) is a software specification that enables high-definition video to be delivered, received, and communicated over a computer network in a low-latency, high-quality manner. The specification is royalty-free and allows for frame accurate switching, making it suitable for use in live production environments. 

Telestream specialises in products that make it possible to get video content to any audience regardless of how it is created, distributed, or viewed. Throughout the entire digital media lifecycle, from capture to viewing, for consumers through high-end professionals, Telestream products range from desktop components and cross-platform applications to fully-automated, enterprise-class digital media transcoding and workflow systems. Telestream enables users in a broad range of business environments to leverage the value of their video content. Amongst it’s product range, Prism, is probably the best known in industry, but there are many more.

Bridge Technologies creates advanced solutions for protecting service quality in the digital media and telecommunications industries. The company’s award-winning monitoring/analysis systems, intelligent switchers and virtual environments help deliver over 20,000 channels to more than 900 million subscribers in 94 countries. From Production, OTT, Satellite, Cable, Terrestrial to microanalytics in the home network, Bridge Technologies offers patented innovation and true end-to-end transparency.

Trade Affiliations

Tequate’s subject matter experts are deeply embedded in the technologies that enable and augment the world of Broadcast, Telco Cloud, and Converged Services. As part of our research and development for training and consultancy we collaborate with vendors who provide solutions into those ecosystems, with whom we share information, to enable us to demonstrate their solutions within our clients workflows. This information sharing helps our clients to understand the technical capabilities of the solutions they are employing in their workflows, as well as issues surrounding interoperability with other devices and solutions. We are also able to improve the efficiency of the adoption of the solutions we represent, and improve the customer experience for those vendors. When required we also provide training for our vendors clients, to augment their sales and improve customer satisfaction.

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) founded in 1916 as the Society of Motion Picture Engineers or SMPE is a global professional association of engineers, technologists, and executives working in the media and entertainment industry. As an internationally recognized standards organization, SMPTE has published more than 800 technical standards and related documents for broadcast, filmmaking, digital cinema, audio recording, information technology (IT), and medical imaging. 

The DPP is the media industry’s business network based in London but operating internationally. Their  purpose is to bring together companies from the whole media supply chain to share knowledge, solve problems and create business opportunities through openness, collaboration, and shared insights. These are key to success in a complex media environment in which no company can do everything itself. DPP creates and facilitates those conversations in a safe, trusted environment. 

Originally founded as the Television Society in 1927, the Society was granted its Royal title in 1966 and the former Prince of Wales became Patron of the RTS in 1997. 

As an educational charity, it encourages and celebrates work in television and its related fields. 

RTS shares insights into the work that goes into making cutting edge contemporary TV. From Government ministers and CEOs to workshops with great runners, our events look at every part of the business.  

RTS awards cover annual Television Journalism, Programme, Craft and Design and Students across Broadcast Disciplines. 

Safeshark are a cybersecurity compliance specialist, whose solution provides assurance that consumer electronics devices comply with the UK PSTI (Product security and Telcommunications Act) 2022, and European RED (Radio Equipment Directive) which come into force in April 2024, and August 2025 respectively.

As the foremost experts in cybersecurity pertaining to Consumer class devices, Safeshark provide a wealth of knowledge on key areas that may affect Broadcast and Telco businesses involved in the consumer ecosystem.

Our consultants are embedded closely with Safeshark, and share knowledge with them to ensure that our security related courses are always up to date, and are informed by the latest case studies.

Why customised training?

Start building your own bespoke knowledge solution today!

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Learning objectives can be tied to your chosen real-world scenarios, helping your teams apply their new knowledge more readily.

Two

Your key stakeholders engage with the learning or consultancy solution, crucial for maximising learning effectiveness.

Three

A customised learning solution embodies the elements of your company's strategies, and how your technology platforms are configured making it unique to your organisation.

Four

Your audience is able to remove less relevant elements, and add detail to more important ones greatly enhancing relevance, and return on time and budget investment.

Five

Solutions are delivered to an audience at a time that best suits your organisations calendar.

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Delivery is adaptable, with instructors being able to take away feedback from one day or one session of training, and use it to enhance current and future deliveries.

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You choose the delivery setting, whether live remote, in class or hybrid - that suits your audience.

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Customised live group training generally has a much lower price point per delegate, than attending a public event.

Tequate’s team of highly experienced and knowledgeable subject matter experts, across a range of technologies and disciplines - IP Broadcast, Cloud and Softwarisation, 5G&IoT, and Optical Transport, Devops and Agile - All have decades of experience not just as consultants in their respective field, but also working with clients to help identify the correct areas of focus.

Want to work with Tequate?

f you would like to reach out, for us to feature your product or solution during our hands-on workshop sessions, and knowledge share with us, or you are interested in us providing training to augment your offering to clients, or even for internal engineering and R&D staff, then please drop us a line.

 

What we promise?

Scoping

No two technology implementations are identical, and neither are our clients needs. We will analyse your requirements carefully, and spend as long as it takes to refine and design the perfect solution to fit with you requirements, and the right subject matter expert to deliver the mission critical knowledge you require.

Delivery

We pride ourselves on excellence, and ROI for our clients, and always put our most suitable people forward, to deliver over your preferred platform. If for any reason, we feel we cannot provide exactly what is required we will tell you. We would rather turn business away, that deliver suboptimal solutions.

Aftercare

Our commitment doesn’t end with delivery. We carry out an extensive evaluation and review process post delivery and share this with your stakeholders. If after analysis and review, we feel we have failed to understand or meet your brief, we will provide remedial content – free of charge.

How we deliver?

Our delivery methods

Here at Tequate, we are flexible in our delivery methods, we will work with you to enable you to get the maximum from your course, whilst face to face training,  remains the gold standard, especially for technical hands on training, we are expert in remote delivery also. 

Live On-Premises​

We come to your site (or another site agreed by both parties) and the instructor delivers in person – beneficial for highly technical hands on courses.

Live Virtual

We deliver the course live over an agreed virtual platform, - zoom recommended, but teams or others also possible. Can be used for all courses, technical or non technical.This is often preferred for highly technical courses with hands on elements

Hybrid

Deliver on premises, but using AV equipment and delivery platform for mixed live/remote audience. Requires room for AV setup and connectivity. Can be used for technical or non technical. This is often preferred for highly technical courses with hands on elements.

Recorded

Wherever possible we can provide cloud hosted recordings of your event, for attendees to review content and potentially for others to view course later.