NewTek Joins IP Showcase at NAB with SMPTE ST 2110 Product
The NC1 IP will be on display as part of the IP Showcase of SMPTE ST 2110 interoperability at NAB Central Hall Booth C12634 from April 9-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“Since our inception, NewTek has always believed the future of broadcast production is software and IP networks,” said Dr. Andrew Cross, president and CTO for NewTek. “Now that SMPTE ST 2110 is realized, the NC1 Studio I/O IP Module serves as a critical gateway to fully expanded software-driven production and one giant step closer to the promise of virtualized control rooms. We are very excited to have the NC1 I/O IP working alongside the other SMPTE ST 2110 devices in the IP Showcase at NAB.”
The NC1 Studio I/O IP Module has 4 channels that can be set to input or output SMPTE ST 2110 video sources. Each channel can be independently configured for resolutions up to 1080p at 60 frames per second. NC1 I/O IP will interoperate with systems and devices across a network for switching, streaming, display, and delivery. Modules can be stacked in a single location or stragetically deployed in multiple locations to meet the demands of any production.
Availability & Pricing
The NewTek NC1 Studio I/O IP Module is priced at $14,995 US MSRP and will begin shipping in Q3 2018. International pricing will vary.
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