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AJA Video Systems Celebrates 25 Years of Professional Video Systems

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John Abt started AJA Video Systems with his wife Darlene in 1993 to develop simple digital parallel to serial and serial to parallel converters. Many of AJA’s products at their core continue to bridge connectivity and simplify pro video workflows through video up, down, cross format conversion.

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Re: Article: AJA Video Systems Celebrates 25 Years of Professional Video Systems
by Bob Zelin
great article, but no mention in the article of Clark Simpson. Sad.

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