With the unprecedented changes occurring in the industry, there is a responsibility on technology providers to ensure that broadcasters and media owners are armed with the latest knowledge and tools that will make their lives easier.
By keeping our ear to the ground and working alongside our customers, TSL continues to design products and solutions that empower our customers, allowing them to take ownership of their systems and benefit from extended life-time value.
Our development roadmap is steeped in engineering and R&D excellence, and we continue to work alongside technical leaders and initiatives such as SMPTE and AMWA to supply eco-systems that are intuitive and powerful across SDI, hybrid and fully IP infrastructures.
Customers looking to monitor ST2022-6 and ST2110 IP sources can do so using the intuitive and familiar PAM user interface. The PAM-IP is also Dante Domain Manger compliant, featuring Primary and Secondary Dante ports for connection into Dante networks. SDI, AES and Analogue connectivity is also provided for connection into more traditional infrastructures.
“It is increasingly clear that IP is the future, and to get there, we have to build products that provide a bridge to the new IP paradigm with familiar workflows and monitoring tools, but which will also be completely at home in an all-IP world,” Ian Godfrey, President of TSL Inc. “We know it takes time to migrate from legacy to IP, so we let you thrive in either or both worlds, without compromise. And with Flex Control Network and TSL’s updated GTP processing platform, either on dedicated hardware or in the cloud, we can boost productivity with home and remote working or REMI production.”
TSL is helping broadcasters migrate to IP infrastructures with the introduction of the MPA1-MIX-NET. Building on the success of its MPA1-MIX family of monitor devices, the MIX-NET extends functionality to ST 2110 AoIP networks.
A global integration company was recently tasked with the installation of an advanced broadcast monitoring and control solution for a major sports broadcast network. Turning to TSL, the customer successfully deployed an advanced control solution using multiple processing nodes and control panels to create an integrated system that provides complete oversight of playout content.
Studio-based production is just one area which can benefit from IP connectivity and this article will look at audio monitoring requirements for the burgeoning world of remote production.
As using COTS equipment to route IP media continues to gain momentum as the standard in the broadcast market, content owners at all levels are eager to adopt such systems to keep up with broadcast demands. As such, TSL launches X-Connect, an easy-to-use and cost-efficient IP routing software and hardware solution, at IBC 2022 (Stand 10.B41).
Matthew Quade has been named CEO of the company. Chris Exelby, who was named Managing Director in 2007, will remain on the company’s Board of Directors as Executive Chairman and will continue to work with TSL in a senior advisory role.
“The flexibility of Tallyman is one of the keys to QVC’s new facility. Tallyman’s touch screen control panel provides what QVC wanted right from the beginning with the push of a single button.”
Andy Appleyard, Project Manager, TSL Systems