Broadcast manufacturer TSL Products to focus on IP transition at IBC 20179 August 2017
Broadcast equipment manufacturer TSL Products has updated some of its products to support customers with the industry-wide transition to IP-connected technology.
The latest versions of its control, audio monitoring and power management solutions aim to simplify IP workflows, including compliance to emerging SMPTE 2100 standards. The updated technology will be unveiled at IBC 2017.
TSL Products’ PAM-IP audio monitoring devices, which feature twin Ethernet ports, can also now be used either in Dante or AES-67 modes, making them able for use across the SDI to IP infrastructure transition, as the installation moves towards a unified SMPTE solution.
Both ranges also now feature SNMP monitoring and control, which means they can be managed remotely by TSL Products’ TallyMan or other SNMP management systems for the first time. Existing users of the MPA1 can install the improved functionality as a free download.
MD Chris Exelby (pictured) said: “Our practical solutions are designed for now and tomorrow. We are the trusted partner, providing solutions which support our customers, allowing them to concentrate on producing great content while we take care of the complexities of an industry in transition to IP.
“When we talk to customers around the world, it is clear that they want to be able to implement solutions which are carefully tailored to their specific needs, but which can be delivered quickly, cost-effectively and flexibly,” added Exelby. “Our unique independent position in the industry and our adoption of open standards means we are ideally placed to deliver the Control Systems layer that allows our customers the freedom to choose best fit, best of breed equipment.
System monitoring across a complete infrastructure will also be highlighted at IBC with the TSL Products’ InSite platform, which monitors and manages status, control and alarm parameters over SNMP or Modbus.
Find TSL in Hall 10; stand 10.B41.
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