Solid State Logic has introduced resource sharing capabilities with MORSE (Modular Resource Sharing Engine). MORSE is designed as a partner product to SSL’s C100 digital broadcast console.
With the proliferation of channels in digital broadcast, the demands placed on broadcast infrastructure are greater than ever before. The contemporary broadcast environment demands efficient, maximized use of all studio assets. MORSE is a modular resource sharing engine designed specifically for zero down time broadcast applications. It enables any studio floor to be routed to any control room, allowing broadcasters to “mix and match” their source rooms to their available consoles.
The MORSE system is comprised of modular I/O, stage boxes and router hardware, allowing extremely dense concentration of audio I/O and router matrices for simple to large-scale applications. The router and stage box hardware have low power consumption, convection cooling, proprietary technology using flash memory, thus removing the common causes of failure and offering the silent operation that allows studio floor positioning.
Optional PC control software can be used to create password-protected user accounts in order to control ownership of assets. According to SSL, the system is easily expandable.
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