Telos Alliance To Introduce SDI AoIP Node At IBC

At IBC, the Telos Alliance will introduce its new SDI AoIP Node, new generation technology to bring audio over IP to broadcast television.

Telos Alliance said the SDI AoIP Node features two independent 3Gb/s HD/SD-SDI inputs and outputs. Up to eight audio pairs from either or both SDI inputs can be de-embedded and converted to AES67, where they become available as network sources for monitoring, distribution or loudness control via the Linear Acoustic AERO.8000 Processing Engine.

Up to eight audio pairs of the networked audio can then be re-embedded (and pair shuffled if desired) back into two independent SDI outputs.

By offering support for 3G video standards, the SDI AoIP Node can integrate into UHD facilities. Installations built to SMPTE ST 2110 standards can use its AES67 I/O, which natively supports SMPTE ST 2110-30, including two-channel streams with a 1ms packet time.

Dual Ethernet ports are included, one for AES67 and another for networked remote control via an intuitive, platform- and browser-agnostic web-based user interface. Dual internal redundant auto-ranging power supplies are standard as is a Telos Alliance two-year limited parts and labor warranty. 

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