British manufacturer Glensound used the 2018 NAB Show to showcase the new audio over IP (AoIP) products it has released over the last eight months. Key amongst these was the Beatrice range of intercom systems, which join a growing selection of AoIP communications units now available from several manufacturers, as well
Audio over IP (AoIP) is being used to update and improve sound quality and networking capability in a number of broadcast applications, including intercom. Now that these two priorities are established, developers are looking at other implementations of AoIP, with Studio Technologies introducing a Dante-based alerting unit during the 2018 NAB
Intercom and networking developer Riedel Communications moved on with its 1200 Series of SmartPanels at the 2018 NAB Show by introducing the latest in the range, the RSP-1232HL. This offers multiple multi-touch displays, hybrid lever-keys and the ability to be adapted to a user’s specific requirements and way of working.
Australian base band to IP workflow developer BirdDog has extended its product line into audio with a development that it calls “visual communications”. BirdDog Audio Comms was launched during the 2018 NAB Show and is based on NDI (Network Device Interface) to create what is described as the broadcast market’s
Clear-Com’s central highlight on the first day of the 2018 NAB Show was a ‘Technology Demonstration’ of a new IP platform for its major intercom systems. The IP Transceiver (IPT) is designed to work with the FreeSpeak II wireless communications range but can work with the Eclipse HX digital matrix
RTS is using the 2018 NAB Show to highlight the continuing development of its IP intercom product line. The company’s latest product to be based on the technology is the ODIN OMNEO digital matrix, a single rack unit that is able to work with RTS’ other recent IP introductions, including
Wireless intercom developer Pliant Technologies will be showing its CrewCom decentralised intercom system at the 2018 NAB Show. Designed as both a small-scale production system and to replace existing UHF products, CrewCom has started deliveries to customers after being seen at previous exhibitions.
Audio codec developer Tieline Technology is the latest manufacturer to branch out into the intercom market. Taking advantage of both wireless and audio over IP (AoIP) technologies, the Australian company is set to launch the ChatterBox system at the 2018 NAB Show, aiming it at location to studio applications.
French manufacturer Digigram will extend its range of connectivity products at this year’s NAB Show with the launch of the LX-DANTE sound card. This is able to fully communicate with all Dante-enabled devices on a network, as well as equipment on associated networks using other audio over IP (AoIP)
Due to advances in IP content delivery and production crew collaboration, new virtual tools are augmenting the connected studio. Broadcasters are now able to customize studios and workflows with virtual interfaces that talk directly to anything that touches the IP audio network. They’re replacing hardware newsrooms with virtual mixers, m
Reflecting the continued interest toward IP technology infrastructure in broadcast and media production facilities, Wohler Technologies will demonstrate its latest product updates supporting SMPTE 2110 IP transport standards at NAB 2018 Show.