Riedel Communications designs, manufactures, and distributes pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks for broadcast, pro audio, event, sports, theater, and security applications. From their beginning over 30 years ago, signal networks have represented a core philosophy behind the products that sets Riedel apart in the marketplace.
Riedel takes a holistic approach in designing their products. This assures seamless interoperation in a way that meets the user’s needs, now and in the future. MediorNet, Artist, and RockNet are easily integrated to create complete A/V and communications solutions that can be easily managed from a single software interface.
MediorNet’s network-based approach to signal transport affords tremendous flexibility in system design. It can support virtually any broadcast signal and can be configured in multiple topologies to accommodate the specific requirements of any project. The system also features onboard signal processing and routing capabilities.
The Artist digital matrix intercom is a decentralized communications solution that easily handles AES3, MADI, analog, VoIP, AVB, Dante, and AES67 signals. Add the ability to directly interface radios and the amazing Bolero wireless intercom, and you have a complete communications ecosystem that works seamlessly.
Riedel also has a large rental division that can handle events of any size.
Riedel Communications is proud to be an active member in many of the standards organizations including SMPTE, AIMS, VSF, AVNU, IEEE, AMWA, and NMOS and is actively participating in demos and inter-ops to further the adoption of IP workflows in broadcast.
Founded in 1987 and located in Wuppertal, Germany, Riedel employs over 500 people in 19 locations worldwide.
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