Lawo will exhibit its IP portfolio and new solutions at NAB New York 2023

Lawo to NAB New York 2023

Lawo announces it will be, again, at NAB Show in New York during this edition 2023 where they will be showing its extended IP portfolio tailored to the broadcast and professional audio communities. In addition, as a world debut, Lawo will showcase its latest product launched during a special online event on the day before NAB.

HOME Apps – Server-Based Processing

These software applications—HOME Multiviewer, HOME UDX Converter, HOME Stream Transcoder, and HOME Graphic Inserter—are based on a microservice architecture and offer processing capabilities with reduced energy consumption. Supporting SMPTE ST2110, SRT, JPEG XS, NDI, and H.264/H.265, Lawo’s HOME Apps thrive in mixed technology environments, instantly adjusting to emerging format requirements. They run seamlessly on standard servers, whether on-premise, in remote data centers, or in the public cloud, thus redefining media processing versatility.

Enhanced .edge Hyper-Density SDI/IP Conversion and Routing Platform

Also on show is the HOME-native .edge Hyper-Density SDI/IP Conversion and Routing Platform. Each rear I/O blade provides 48 HD-BNC connectors for SD/HD/3G/UHD SDI interfacing, resulting in 192 SDI/IP conversions per 2RU. edge is designed as a dense gateway for IP and hybrid infrastructures and as a SDI router replacement. It provides full support for the SMPTE ST2110 suite of standards as well as ST2022-7 redundancy, with essence-based handling and seamless protection switching of audio, video and ancillary data streams in both local and wide-area network workflows.

Live Performances with the mc²/A__UHD Core/Power Core Platform

Lawo will show as well the V10.8 software release for the mc²/A__UHD Core/Power Core platform. With features like flexible bus routing, expanded AUX count (up to 256 busses), QSC Q-Sys proxy integration in HOME, Remote Show Control via OSC, and more, Lawo’s platform is designed for live performance capabilities. In addition, NMOS support for the mc² Gateserver bolsters device compatibility, offering seamless integration into Lawo’s ecosystem.

Radio Broadcast with diamond workflows and Power Core

Highly configurable and available with a versatile console-width “Virtual Extension” touchscreen option, the modular diamond broadcast console can be customized to fit any operational scenario from 2-fader production booths to massive 60-fader MCR installations. Nine different modules offer two fader styles, full- and half-width monitor options, and 3 different key/rotary control modules. The Virtual Extension’s 13.3” HD color touchscreens instantly visualize context-sensitive data like EQ curves, compression settings, DSP functions and routing setups.

diamond’s mixing engine is Lawo’s compact 1RU Power Core, which accommodates hundreds of AoIP, MADI, Dante, AES3 and analog signals, with multiple license packages to tailor capabilities to operations. Power Core complies with the ST2110-30 standard ensuring seamless operation in combined radio / TV broadcast plants, as well as ST2022-7 Seamless Protection Switching for simultaneous, redundant network links. The Audio I/O Extender (AIOX) unit, also displayed in New York, adds 64 analog or digital I/O per unit; up to 20 may be connected to a single Power Core to add as many as 1,280 additional I/O per system, making Power Core an extremely space-efficient baseband-to-IP gateway solution.

Attendees will find Lawo stand on booth 617 at the 2023 NAB Show in New York.

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