TSL revealed its latest advancements in broadcast control centered around the R&D approach of creating solutions based on customers’ specific applications.
With the change and integration of TSL and DNF product lines, TSL Control encompasses all the company’s control solutions, including TallyMan and Flex Network, under one umbrella. This, said TSL, allows customers to create a combined system across product lines that is designed to address their workflow needs.
Ian Godfrey, President of TSL, elaborated, “The latest updates to our control offerings have been driven by the motivation to continue offering our customers the most flexible control solutions that ultimately make their jobs easier.
“At TSL, we strive to be supportive, problem-solvers, working in partnership with customers to deliver the tools they need to maintain ownership of their solutions, reduce costs and remain focused on making great content.”
As part of TSL Control is the new GTP-42 Flex Network Controller; solutions in cost-effective IP routing and multi-network control; playout control and automation, including SCTE (Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers) and DTMF (dual tone multi frequency signalling) monitoring; and the new TallyMan Redundancy Package.
TSL is also continuing to develop and expand its Flex Control network with the latest addition of the GTP-42 system controller. A “significant advancement” that comes from the GTP-42 is decreased power consumption, an easy-to-read front panel display and internal, dual-redundant power supplies.
The GTP-42’s upgraded Linux core enables TSL to deploy an entirely virtualised GTP in any environment, whether in a facility, on COTS hardware, or in the cloud.