Dalet Updates New Brio Server With IP Path

The ingest and outgest platform enables transition to IP with support for SMPTE ST 2110. It also supports standard SDI workflows.

“With the latest version of the Dalet Brio product, our customers will be able to easily mix SDI and SMPTE ST 2110 workflows, transitioning to full IP with confidence and more importantly, at their own pace,” states Matthieu Fasani, Director of Product Marketing, Dalet. “Media professionals know that IP is the future, yet for most operations, it is not an overnight transformation. Unless you are re-architecting your entire media supply chain, a controlled transition to IP is the best strategy.”

Fasani adds, “Ingest and playout solutions are key to the media operation and therefore need careful consideration when upgrading. Dalet Brio meets the needs of the new generation IP workflows. Its performance and support for SMPTE ST 2110 workflows are backed by trusted interoperability tests led by the Joint Task Force on Networked Media ensuring that you are implementing a solution that is going to be compatible with the industry standard. Dalet Brio is an investment that will take your media operation into the future.”

Bruce Devlin, Dalet Chief Media Scientist and SMPTE Standards VP comments on the importance of IP workflows and SMPTE standards like ST 2110. “The migration to IP transport for professional media is a key enabler for new live workflows. IP transport and ST 2110, in particular, can give more flexibility and more utilisation of studio infrastructure than SDI is able to provide. Regular interoperability testing and industry collaboration sees an ever-increasing ecosystem of ST 2110 equipment that is able to be put together to create working systems. The IP future is being delivered now and ST 2110 equipment is at the heart of it.”

Built on an IT-based input and output video platform, Dalet Brio is part of a Dalet Galaxy five MAM solution, integrated with third-party platforms, or as a standalone product.

The Brio suite of apps – Ingest Scheduler, Multicam Manager, Media Logger and Media Navigator – allow broadcasters to expand the capabilities to include multi-camera control, comprehensive logging, and studio production ingest and playout. Dalet customers with Brio include Euronews, France TV, Fox Networks Group Europe and Mediacorp.

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