Stryme’s GenesiX V7 is a 16 Channel Server

Stryme’s new flagship product is the 16 input/output channels (SD/HD/4K ready) 2U GENESIX VideoServer V7. At just 2RU it is targeted for placement in OB vans.

Stryme, long-term supplier of the Austrian Broadcast Corporation (ORF) claims the GENESIX V7 is the first of its class on the market.

The GENESIX VideoServer V7 enhances multi-cam Ingest performance and comes with functionalities that simplify, speed up and optimise workflows, such as the time-saving Transfer While Capture function. An Edit While Capture function ensures simultaneous and frame accurate Multi-Cam Ingest for live sports broadcasts and post-production highlight cuts.

“Our customers expect the best: consistent high quality and reliability as well as a sophisticated, cost-effective and failsafe technical solution that meets their needs – today and tomorrow," says CEO Goce Zdravkoski. "Our 2U GENESIX VideoServer V7 with 16 flexibly configurable HD channels meets all these needs, and more. It is currently unmatched in the industry.”

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