Telos Alliance Show Enhancements To Its Infinity IP Intercom At IBC

The Telos Alliance showcased new Dashboard Advanced Software at IBC to customize its Infinity IP Intercom system.

All Infinity systems include a single user license of Dashboard Basic software, which displays the entire intercom system on a single page and enables operators to set up a system within minutes thanks to its drag-and-drop functionality.

The Telos Alliance said its customers with larger Infinity installations or those who wish to unlock the full potential of the Infinity System will welcome the introduction of Dashboard Advanced software. It adds features including System Zone and Scene support, off-line configuration, user rights administration and support for directly connecting third-party AES67 streams including SAP, and in the future, NMOS nodes.

Dashboard Advanced software.

Dashboard Advanced software.

Telos Infinity Link allows Infinity systems in remote locations to connect by using embedded speech-optimized OPUS codecs to convert WAN-side VoIP (including the Internet) to LAN-side Livewire+ AES67. It is available as software licenses that can be added to any host Infinity Panel or Beltpack hardware or by way of a dedicated higher-density 1RU hardware gateway.

Once connected, the resulting Livewire+ AES67 streams from the remote locations appear as sources and destinations within the Telos Infinity Dashboard software and behave just like local networked audio sources.

Telos has also introduced the INF-MP-16B and INF-DS-16B. These new base models offer the same features as the existing INF-MP-16 Master Panel and INF-DS-16 Desktop Station hardware, but without the rear panel auxiliary audio I/O and GPIO connections. These cost-effective base versions are ideal for use when local I/O and serial logic are not required.  

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