At IBC 2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (RAI Amsterdam, Hall 8, D.83, September 9-13) Solid State Logic will demonstrate System T, a fully networked broadcast audio production environment. At IBC System T will appear alongside the SSL C10 HD Plus compact broadcast console, the SSL L300 live console and SSL Network I/O.
A range of hardware and software control interfaces can be placed anywhere on a network with up to three consoles or control interfaces accessing a single or fully mirrored redundant pair of Tempest processor Engines.
Multiple 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.
Antony David, Managing Director of Solid State Logic, says, “Since our 2015 preview System T has gained significant attention worldwide. With the first production units already shipped to a set of very high profile national, network, and new media broadcasters, this is a pivotal moment for a technology platform at the beginning of its life. The versatile and forward-thinking approach to broadcast audio production within System T enables broadcasters to plan for the future, and adapt in the future.”
SSL will also Audinate as a co-exhibitor at IBC 2016. “We are very pleased to be able to include Audinate within the SSL stand at this show,” David says. “It demonstrates the importance of our relationship with them. The use of IP network technologies within broadcast production is fast becoming an accepted vision for the industry. Our adoption of Dante as the routing and I/O backbone for System T, and therefore one of the central elements of the technology platform has proven timely and wise. Dante is already a complete technology that includes the AES67 audio transport standard, and builds on this providing discoverability, and a control and configuration API that bring practical, and future proof interoperability to system design today.”
For information about IBC 2016, go to www.ibc.org.