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NOA Introduces New Products, Integrates New Technology

At IBC 2015, NOA will preview new entry-level audio and video ingest archiving bundles that redefine price-performance expectations and provide out-of-the-box instant archiving capability.

NOA has collaborated with the German Institut für Rundfunktechnik (IRT) to integrate IRT’s MXF analysis technology into NOA’s archiving product range. IRT’s MXF Analyser is now integrated into NOA´s product line to provide systematic checks on every MXF file addressed in an archiving workflow. This ensures conformance to the MXF SMPTE standard and application parameters such as operational pattern, essence container constraints, and payload formats.

NOA new products to debut at IBC2015 include the NOA Framelector Pico and NOA Record Pico. The archiving devices can be operated as a standalone workstations starting from a moderately specified laptop, in single or multi-channel configurations. The NOA Record Pico solution includes the NOA Record software license with up to four channels of parallel ingest.

In combination with the brand-new N7000c Audio Hardware, the Pico devices will open a whole new set of possibilities in the industry of AV digitization. They are designed to meet the requirements of the archivist who needs instant ingest capabilities for archival production.

A new compact 8/8-2ch AD/DA hardware audio interface NOA’s N7000c will also be unveiled at IBC 2015. It provides a single high-quality interface that accepts up to four concurrent connections to analog audio sources. It is the equivalent of an 8-channel A/D converter, PCI audio cards in a computer with external remote capabilities, and phono preamps combined with amazing advanced features.

Visit NOA at IBC 2015, Stand 8.D91.

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