Magna System’s stand (5E1-01) at Broadcast Asia 2022 is filled with cutting-edge Media Infrastructure solutions which include the latest from EVS MI such as the Cerebrum broadcast control system along with the Neuron network attached processor and alongside a ground-breaking monitoring solution from TAG VS.
Magna director of sales for Asia, Patrick So, explained, “The key focus of our Media Infrastructure offering at Broadcast Asia is the fact that all solutions are integrated and all under the control of the latest Cerebrum broadcast control system. Critically, its cutting-edge SDN, Cerebrum IP Core controls all IP flows in the network, EVS Neuron provides all processing and conversion and the latest TAG IP monitoring solution visualises all these IP sources.”
The TAG solution alone probes, monitors and displays all IP sources, including ST-2110, TSoIP, JPEG XS, OTT and NDI as well as utilises and integrates UHD content.
There are also live demos of the Neuron Network Attached Processor, commonly referred to as the ‘modular glue’ for IP infrastructures and capable of doing all audio and video processing still required in the IP world, including for UHD content.
Magna group sales and marketing manager, Paul Maroni, added, “Neuron has been built to fit in any existing and future IP broadcast infrastructure and the Neuron platform we are demonstrating at Broadcast Asia offers the most powerful processing capabilities in the industry.”
Neuron can accommodate a wide range of audio and video processing needs in IP environments and bridges the gap between SDI and any type of IP media streams. It’s also the highest density ST-2110 gateway encoder on the market today.
Patrick So concluded, “In short, visitors interested in our Media Infrastructure offering at Broadcast Asia 2022 will be able to enjoy a comprehensive demo of a fully integrated IP workflow, all under the control of the very latest Cerebrum broadcast control system.”