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Solid State Logic To Debut System T at NAB 2016

First Showing of SSL's Networked Broadcast Audio Production Technology

Solid State Logic announces the global premiere of System T at NAB 2016 (Central Hall C2627). Designed to handle large-scale productions, System T is the company’s new fully networked broadcast audio production environment. A range of hardware and software control interfaces can be placed anywhere on a network with up to three consoles or control interfaces providing access to a single or fully mirrored redundant pair of processor engines.

Multiple processor engines can be used on a single network. Control interfaces and processing resource can be re-configured to suit daily requirements. Routing and I/O is Dante based with System T featuring Dante HC (high channel) connectivity. SSL’s expanding Network I/O range puts SSL audio quality Stageboxes and interfaces wherever they are required in a facility. With Dante exceeding the 500 product landmark, System T has plug-and-play discoverability and interoperability as central principles.

The Dante AoIP network, integrating the AES67 transport standard, offers large-scale routing and remote control of a diverse range of Dante-compatible I/O devices. System scaling requires only additional networking switch capacity. A 24-way, non-blocking Gigabit Ethernet switch, for example, is said to offer the equivalent of a 12,000×12,000 TDM router at a fraction of the cost.

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