TSL is inviting visitors to BroadcastAsia 2023 to find out how the company’s new line of audio, power management and control solutions can enable broadcasters to thrive in traditional and IP environments.
Designed with the highest degree of quality and affordability, TSL’s newest solutions – like the X-Connect IP routing control system – improve productivity and sustainability by offering flexible and efficient infrastructure and workflow choices to meet varying requirements.
The X-Connect IP routing control system is a virtual router built on TSL’s proven processing platform and supported by the widest range of industry-standard protocols. X-Connect uses vendor-agnostic Networked Media Open Specification (NMOS), making it compatible across a wide range of existing devices and is controllable by TSL’s own Virtual Panel to create a totally-customisable installation.
Matthew Quade, TSL’s CEO, said, “IP and the cloud are here and we know that broadcasters are looking at ways they can transition without breaking their workflows or the bank, while maintaining the reliability and capabilities they need and expect.
“The wide range of TSL solution offerings – from entry-level to advanced – makes us the ideal go-to partner for reliable quality and affordability. We can help design a transition that reduces engineering resource costs and optimises sustainability, all while de-risking and future-proofing facilities in a way that maximises the lifetime return on investment (ROI).”
Leveraging industry standards for IP media transport, routing and power management, TSL solutions build bridges between existing hardware and the IP universe, solving the expensive challenge of migrating to SMPTE 2110 IP media transport.
Designed to support and integrate with industry-standard broadcast systems, TSL products can reduce power consumption by 50% or more, bolstering sustainability initiatives. TSL is at booth 6H1-12 @ BroadcastAsia 2023, June 7-9 at the Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Centre.