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EVS Officially Launches the XT+ Video Production Server (22/1/2010)
EVS announces the official release of the XT+ , a new video production server from the XT series offering more bandwidth and greater capabilities to broadcasters across the globe. The shipment of the first XT+ will begin in March 2010.
The newly developed XT+ is based on the field-proven XT architecture that has been on the market for over 5 years, and has been designed to offer broadcasters maximum speed, reliability, increased storage capacity, as well as improved media flow performances for intense live productions, including ingest and playout. The XT+ comes with a full range of software and remote controllers, such as MulticamLSM, IPDirector, and Insio. The new server offers an even greater open architecture with extended support of formats and codecs for a better control of and a smoother integration with third-party systems. Pierre L’Hoest, CEO of EVS, said: “The XT+ has been designed to meet extended production requirements from customers. The newly developed server will offer them the best of breed of broadcast technology for today’s and tomorrow’s demanding operations, while guarantying the highest level of reliability and robustness expected from an EVS brand.” Compared to the preceding XT series, the XT+ offers:
* New SAS disk controllers providing superior performance and increased reliability
The new system, which will be available from March, will also be proposed with an upgrade package for existing XT customers. The new EVS server is available in 6, 4, or 2 channel configurations and in SD/HD ready or full HD/SD mode with dual networking capabilities, including the XNet (high bandwidth media sharing network) dedicated to live production media access and exchange, and the standard Gigabit Ethernet network allowing transparent media exchange with NLE and third-party systems. The XT+ will be presented at Broadcast Video Expo in London (16-18 February), CABSAT in Dubai (02-04 March) and NAB 2010 in Las Vegas (10-15 April).
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