Ross Video's new OpenGear frame features 30% more power.
Ross Video will be bringing the company’s love of broadcast technology to the 2018 IBC Show. This year’s show will feature many a range of products and services designed to save content creators time and money, as well as simplify workflows.
Ross Video's range of featured products will include:
Ultrix-FR5, the latest 5RU version of Ross Video’s innovative routing/AV processing platform that can replace up to 5 full racks of traditional infrastructure products, providing impressive cost, space and power efficiencies.
Ultrix-FR5, the latest 5RU version of Ross Video’s innovative routing/AV processing platform.
OGX, Ross Video’s new OpenGear frame that features 30% more power, improved cooling and a new, innovative, user-definable ‘frame glow’ feature.
Graphite, the all-in-one integrated production solution that combines a real Carbonite switcher, real XPression graphics and the RAVE audio engine with rock-solid reliability.
Carbonite Black Solo 13, a new, self-contained production switcher and hardware panel combination with 13 inputs and 6 outputs. Solo13 gives you more I/O to work with in your productions, while retaining the successful and highly-compact Carbonite Black Solo form.
Carbonite Black Solo 13, a new, self-contained production switcher and hardware panel combination.
Sports Venue solutions, an integrated Ross solution for today's stadiums featuring a Carbonite switcher, XPression real-time motion graphics and Abekas Mira replay server, all tied together by the DashBoard control system.
Lightning, the latest version of Ross’s intuitive and flexible meeting control system. Ideal for single operator use and perfect for legislative assembly, house of worship, education and corporate broadcasts.
Ross OEM and Developer solutions for live production media and audio networking and processing, including market ready modules, daughter cards, virtual ASICs, and available design services
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