Riedel ships TNG-200 following its IBC 2014 launch

Riedel Communications began shipping its Tango TNG-200 networked intercom system during NAB 2015, following the launch at the 2014 IBC show in Amsterdam. Featuring the RAVENNA audio over IP (AoIP), AES67 interoperability and AVB (audio video bridging) Ethernet transport technologies, the product is aimed at lower cost comms installations.

Designed to be used in conjunction with the My First Riedel intercom application, Riedel's Tango TNG-200 is a hardware-based network platform that provides the processing for carrying signals using either AVB or RAVENNA/AES67. It incorporates two Digital Partylines, two AES67 and AVB-compliant ports, two Ethernet ports, an optional slot and redundant power. The TNG-200 is able to work with all existing and previous Riedel intercom panels, the new RSP-2318 Smartpanel among them.

"With Tango, we're extending our intercom product line with a comms platform that is suited for small to mid-size installations at a price/performance ratio unheard of in the industry," commented Jake Dodson, director of product management for Riedel. "Tango allows our clients to use the network technology of their choice. Moving from hardware- to software-based solutions gives them this flexibility."

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