TSL Products announces ARG alliance

TSL Products partners with telecoms expert, ARG, to lead audio/video-over-IP movement for broadcasters at Nab 2014
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TSL Products, manufacturer of audio monitoring, surround sound microphones and processing, broadcast control systems and power management solutions, has formed a strategic partnership with A.R.G ElectroDesign (ARG), manufacturer of distribution solutions for the telecoms/satellite industry.

According to the companies, “the partnership will enable the development of cutting edge Audio/Video-over-IP technology that revolutionises the way in which signals are transported within a broadcast infrastructure.”

Managing director of TSL Products Chris Exelby, explains: “This partnership positions TSL Products as a pioneering manufacturer in the Audio/Video-over-IP space and will give broadcasters the confidence to engage and partner with us on their journey into the next generation of broadcasting.”

“With the advent of Audio/Video-over-IP workflows, it is critical that broadcast manufacturers design innovative products that solve the new broadcast production challenges that will emerge from the adoption of the technology. Our partnership with ARG will strengthen this commitment by offering next generation equipment with low latency networking and tight synchronization between all devices.”

Neil MacTaggart, commercial director at ARG, says: “We recognize TSL Products as an industry leader in the world of broadcast and believe that our co-development of Audio/Video-over-IP networking equipment will yield ground-breaking results.”




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