The Telos Infinity IP Intercom brings together voice communication and contribution audio on a single IT backbone.
At the CABSAT 2018 show, the Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group is bringing the power of Audio Over IP (AoIP) to professionals working in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region with its new Telos Infinity IP Intercom. The company said that with a quantum leap in scalability, ease of integration, efficiency and total cost of ownership, the Infinity IP Intercom represents a total reimagining of broadcast communications.
More than a talkback system, the Telos Infinity IP Intercom brings together voice communication and contribution audio on a single IT backbone and employs the latest standards-based VoIP and Livewire+ AES67 AoIP transport to provide dedicated features and functionality without compromise or limitations.
Replacing outmoded matrix technology with an advanced, distributed IP solution allows plug-and-play networked devices to be added to the system as part of a planned or ad-hoc expansion without the worry of exceeding the number of available ports on a matrix.
Martin Dyster, vice president of Business Development, TV Solutions Group, said that because the Telos Infinity IP Intercom natively supports Livewire+ AES67, it seamlessly connects with Telos’ AoIP products as well as those from other manufacturers.
Telos Infinity IP Intercom easily integrates into existing analog, AES, SDI, and MADI systems using Telos Alliance xNode baseband-to-IP interfaces, as well as other Livewire+ AES67 solutions. Its ease of integration provides customers with the versatility and cost-efficiency of using their existing infrastructure for advanced AoIP communication and contribution applications.
The Telos Infinity IP Intercom system includes rack-mounted Intercom Master Panels, rack-mounted Master Expansion Panels, Master Desktop Stations, wired Dual Channel Partyline Beltpacks, and Dashboard Software in Basic and Premium versions.
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