With the unprecedented changes occurring in the industry, there is a responsibility on technology providers to ensure that broadcasters and media owners are armed with the latest knowledge and tools that will make their lives easier.
By keeping our ear to the ground and working alongside our customers, TSL continues to design products and solutions that empower our customers, allowing them to take ownership of their systems and benefit from extended life-time value.
Our development roadmap is steeped in engineering and R&D excellence, and we continue to work alongside technical leaders and initiatives such as SMPTE and AMWA to supply eco-systems that are intuitive and powerful across SDI, hybrid and fully IP infrastructures.
Customers looking to monitor ST2022-6 and ST2110 IP sources can do so using the intuitive and familiar PAM user interface. The PAM-IP is also Dante Domain Manger compliant, featuring Primary and Secondary Dante ports for connection into Dante networks. SDI, AES and Analogue connectivity is also provided for connection into more traditional infrastructures.
TSL’s new and award-winning Audio Monitoring, Power Management, and integrated Control solutions enable facilities to optimize workflows and transition to IP, cloud, remote and virtual operations sustainably and cost-effectively
Demand for virtualised solutions that support remote production continues to grow. It’s leading to ‘incredible new opportunities’ for broadcasters.
TM1-Tally, provides a low cost of entry to TSL’s professional advanced control product family in a space-saving form factor that is well-suited for OB truck environments and crowded broadcast facilities.
Reflecting on NAB’s centenary, Matthew Quade, TSL's CEO, discusses what the media tech industry can learn from the accelerating pace of change over the last 100 years. When you're building or updating a broadcast facility, every decision is about change in one form or another. What's different now from when NAB first met as a group of 16 radio stations in Chicago 100 years ago, is that change is a daily phenomenon.
"Our aim is to improve productivity and sustainability through the efficiency of a hybrid infrastructure. Where possible, we create a virtual environment using industry standards for IP media transport, routing and power management,” comments Mark Davies, Director of Products and Technology, TSL Products.
“We know that our customers have a strong desire to increase efficiency and productivity while reducing costs. Related to this is the need to deliver on sustainability, transition from capex to opex and enable more efficient remote productions via on-premise, in the cloud, virtualized or a mixed configuration environments. The new TSL advanced control system solutions give customers a modern platform with improved security, flexibility and performance to significantly expand their remote work capabilities whether that’s having operators working from home, or on multiple events using equipment centralized in the cloud as opposed to bespoke gear housed inside trucks or facilities,” states Ian Godfrey, President of TSL Inc.”
TSL Products’ commitment to supporting emerging IP standards such as AES-67, SMPTE 2022-6 and SMPTE 2110 gave us the confidence we needed in the PAM2-IP to provide the audio monitoring we required at RTL City. Additionally, knowing that we could deploy the PAM2-IP in our new all-IP infrastructure without being forced to change our operational workflows was fundamental to our purchase decision.
Costas Colombus, Director of Technology projects and Support at BCE.