Apantac And Utah Scientific Highlight Multiviewer And Router Integration At 2024 NAB Show

Utah Scientific and Apantac have announced a new combined warranty policy. Starting immediately, Apantac customers will benefit from an extended five-year warranty when purchasing a multiviewer with a Utah Scientific routing switcher.

The two companies have worked closely together for several years, and this collaboration brings together Apantac's expertise in video processing and multiviewer solutions with Utah Scientific's proficiency in routing switchers and related broadcast infrastructure. The companies will highlight their technology partnership at the 2024 NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Through this partnership, Apantac has integrated Utah Scientific protocols into its multiviewers, which allows them to communicate and interact effectively with Utah Scientific routing switchers. Under-monitor display (UMD) protocols make it possible to display source name information alongside video feeds on the multiviewers’ UMDs. The integration enhances operational efficiency and simplifies monitoring and control processes in broadcast and production environments.

Utah Scientific seamlessly incorporates Apantac’s multiviewer software into its hardware panels, allowing engineers to build and retain custom viewing presets accessible at the touch of a button. Because of the seamless integration, joint customers get enhanced functionality, more options in their broadcast workflows, and more choices for building a scalable visual monitoring system.

At the 2024 NAB Show, Apantac will demonstrate its T# mixed-format, modular multiviewers integrated with Utah Scientific routers. Likewise, Utah Scientific will showcase the technology integration between its UTAH-400 Series 2 UHD router and the Apantac multiviewer.

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