New Cloud-enabled platform can monitor availability, performance and integrity of services from the edge of distribution.
Seeking to streamline their workflows, professional producers are quickly adopting recently completed industry standards for distributing audio signals over an IP infrastructure in order to leverage the benefits of flexibility and the ability to use different companies’ technology on the same network. Veteran technology suppliers like Telos Alliance have begun to implement those standards into its Intercom and audio mixing products.
First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida (FBC JAX), recently integrated TSL Products’ TallyMan control system in order to establish a flexible tally communication link between its legacy and new production equipment.
For the past year the TV shopping channel QVC has been upgrading its facilities across the globe to improve the handling of content and the on-air look of its network. On the content side this company-wide initiative has seen a new DataMiner AI-powered network management and orchestration platform from Skyline Communications installed at QVC locations in Italy, the U.K. and the U.S. Most recently, QVC Japan followed suit.
Audinate, developer of the Dante AV networking technology, has announced two new software-based Dante products that address the AV industry’s shift from purpose-built hardware to software-based solutions running on COTS hardware. These new software-based solutions give manufacturers and developers the ability to deploy Dante into products where it wasn’t previously feasible, and in ways that weren’t previously possible.