Riedel To Show New Network-Based Intercom Platform

At the upcoming InfoComm 2015 Show in Orlando, Florida, June 13-19, Riedel Communications will exhibit its fully networked intercom platform called the Tango TNG-200. The Tango TNG-200 represents Riedel’s first network-based platform supporting the RAVENNA/AES67 and AVB audio networking standards.

With its own dedicated intercom application, the platform can be turned into a flexible, cutting-edge solution for a variety of communications scenarios. The unit itself is equipped with a high-resolution, full-color TFT display that ensures perfect readability at all times. Intuitive front-panel controls simplify the recall of presets and adjustment of audio levels.

“Our new Tango communications platform furthers our philosophy of being standards-agnostic with network support for both RAVENNA/AES67 and AVB,” said Christopher Street, General Manager, North America, Riedel Communications.

Along with powerful processing capabilities, the Tango TNG-200 features two integrated Riedel digital party lines, two RAVENNA/AES67- and AVB-compatible ports, two Ethernet ports, one option slot, and redundant power supplies. The dedicated intercom application, "My First Riedel," turns the Tango platform into an efficient intercom system that users can tailor according to their needs. The asymmetric 40 x 80 matrix size is another Riedel innovation, allowing for standard premium-quality stereo audio connections to panels.

Also on display will be Riedel’s MediorNet MicroN, an 80 GBps media distribution network device for the company's MediorNet line of media transport and management solutions. Working seamlessly with the MediorNet MetroN core fiber router, MicroN is a high-density signal interface with a complete array of audio, video, and data inputs and outputs, including 24 SD/HD/3G-SDI I/Os, two MADI optical digital audio ports, a Gigabit Ethernet port, two sync reference I/Os, and eight 10G SFP+ high-speed ports. MicroN is available as a fully networked MediorNet device, as well as in a point-to-point edition at a very competitive price point.

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