Systems integrator Magna Systems’ booth 5E1-01 at this year’s Broadcast Asia will feature the very latest, cutting-edge IP ecosystem and cloud-enabled products, technology and solutions.
The Magna stand will also be demonstrating a complete SMPTE ST-2110 IP workflow under EVS’ Cerebrum control and orchestrated by the new Cerebrum IP-Core SDN. Further, all IP sources on the stand will be monitored by the TAG Video Systems MCM9000 monitoring solution.
Magna Systems’ Director Sales and Operation (Asia), Patrick So, explains, “We will be demonstrating and showcasing products, technology and solutions from many of our key partners including Alibaba Cloud, Chyron Graphics, Enensys, EVS, Quantum, TAG Video, Telestream, TVU and VideoFlow.
“We will also have experts to demonstrate and explain the full IP ecosystem at our booth.”
Among the exhibitors, Alibaba Cloud Elastic Desktop Service (EDS) will demonstrate how studios can leverage the highly elastic and low TCO cloud-based desktop service that supports industry standard NLE software such as Adobe Premiere and Davinci Resolve to transform on-premises workflows into a full cloud-based workflow.
ENENSYS will demonstrate its IPGuard-X automatic changeover switch for ST2110 and TSoIP environments whilst running as a software application on COTS servers. EVS MI will bring their Cerebrum broadcast control system along with the Neuron network attached processor, and all solutions on the stand will be integrated and under the control of the latest Cerebrum broadcast control system.
The latest TAG IP monitoring solution will be visualising probing, monitoring and displaying all IP sources, including ST-2110, TSoIP, JPEG XS, OTT and NDI. Quantum will showcase H4000 Essential, its all-in-one appliance that integrates Quantum CatDV™ media asset management and Quantum StorNext 7 shared storage software on the award-winning H4000 storage platform.
Magna Systems group CEO Matthew Clemesha adds, “Magna Systems has over 50 years’ experience of helping companies and organisations innovate in the Asia Pacific’s broadcasting and telco industries. Events such as Broadcast Asia are a key way for us to engage with customers present and future.”