Exhibit highlights include the newly-available Telos Infinity IP Intercom
At this year’s BroadcastAsia 2018 show, the Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group (TVSG) exhibit is focused on leading the television industry’s migration to AoIP with a portfolio of innovative solutions. Featured products include the Telos Infinity IP Intercom, Minnetonka AudioTools Server, Linear Acoustic APTO™ for OEM, and Linear Acoustic AMS.
“Our advanced audio and AoIP solutions deliver a full vision that complement the changes that are happening not only in the Asian broadcast and media industries, but globally as well,” said John Schur, President of the Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group. “Our matrix-free IP-based intercom, enterprise file-based workflows, OEM solutions, and real-time processors make up a portfolio of broadcast and media audio solutions that are changing the face of broadcast communications.”
Exhibit highlights include:
- The newly-availableTelos Infinity IP Intercom is an award-winning AoIP solution that convers voice communication and contribution audio on a single IT backbone.
- Minnetonka AudioTools Server, an enterprise software system for file-based workflows, offers a complete solution for managing and processing linear PCM, Dolby® E, Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus content as well as the audio essence in MXF and QuickTime® clips. The newest upgrade, v4.5, now includes a new graphical user interface that allows users to create and edit workflows, plus feature enhancements and new processing modules.
- Linear Acoustic APTO for OEMis a loudness processing solution designed to manage loudness levels of both real-time audio streams and file-based assets. APTO simultaneously provides uncompromised audio quality and loudness consistency with full regulatory compliance across all platforms.
- Linear Acoustic AMSis a product for authoring and monitoring immersive 3D audio in compliance with the ATSC 3.0 Digital Television System specification. AMS simultaneously delivers Next Generation audio for ATSC 3.0 broadcasts and 5.1-/2-ch audio for ATSC 1.0 broadcasts.