Telestream Illuminates PRISM At IBC 2019

Telestream will focus on its recently acquired hybrid IP/SDI media processing platform called PRISM at IBC 2019 in Amsterdam.

The company, based in Nevada city, California, acquired the technology recently from Tektronix to flesh out its portfolio of file-based media workflow orchestration, media streaming and delivery products, by bridging the gap between traditional SDI and IP media networks.

At IBC Telestream will highlight functionality just added to PRISM, including a new mixed media card that enables support of 25 GE (Gigabit Ethernet) networks. This allows existing installed units to be upgraded in the field by adding a new hardware unit with mixed media card, or a simpler software update. Both upgrade routes are available at the same price.

This addition of the 25GE interface within PRISM provides support for a variety of media networks from SD to 4K HDR and WCG (Wide Color Gamut), enabling transmission of high-resolution video and audio signals.

Telestream offers the 25GE option in both PRISM form factors – the 3RU 9” full touchscreen, MPI2-25 as well as the 1RU rasterizer, MPX2-25. All HDR /WCG features such as STOP waveform, CIE Charts, and a variety of False color displays can be used for the 4K content creation that carried through 25GE. 

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