(Andover, United Kingdom--August 26, 2014) Trilogy, a leading supplier of intercom solutions and master reference generators for the broadcast industry, has announced that “N1” a new news channel that will cover the Balkan countries of Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina has selected Trilogy’s Gemini distributed matrix intercom system.
Sold by Amisys, a broadcast systems integration company covering Serbia and neighbouring countries, to Balkan DTH and cable operator United Group, which will run N1, the Gemini system will provide critical communications within the channel’s main production facility in Belgrade, Serbia, plus local news centres in Zagreb, Croatia, and Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Taking advantage of Gemini's integrated IP capability, the system will link production staff and presenters at each of the facilities, with backup circuits provided by the system for VoIP & PSTN telephone services.
Based on a distributed, IP-based architecture rather than a single central matrix, Gemini intercom systems can be expanded using LAN, WAN or satellite for even the most complex installations. This approach eliminates any single point of failure within the entire intercom system while retaining all of the operational characteristics of a single central matrix solution.
Amisys, Managing Director, Dragan Vuletic said, “We chose Gemini because it’s a reliable, flexible communication platform with the ability to extend connectivity across multiple locations using a combination of IP and telephony services, which is ideal for N1’s requirements.”
Balkan DTH and cable operator United Group will launch N1 in 2014, targeting more than 15 million potential viewers in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. United Group has signed a contract with Turner Broadcasting System Europe Limited, making N1 the exclusive partner of CNN International in the region.
N1, Chief Technology Officer, Igor Jović commented, “We chose the Trilogy solution as we wanted technology that was cutting edge in terms of functionality and flexibility but that had the pedigree that meant we knew we could trust it to work first time, every time.”
Trilogy’s Product Sales Manager, Ian Blake said, “As our flagship intercom system, Gemini continues to lead the way in class-leading functionality and effortless expandability. To be entrusted with the communications functions for such a high-profile channel launch is further testament to Gemini’s acknowledged reputation for reliability.”
About Trilogy Communications
Trilogy has supplied audio communications equipment to customers in more than seventy countries since 1986. The company was originally formed to design and build video and audio infrastructure equipment for the television and radio broadcast market. It continues to serve this market but now also offers its products to a wide array of customers in defence, emergency management and training and simulation, oil and gas, gaming, and other industries.
Trilogy counts some of the world's best known names among its customer base. These include BBC, ITV, CBS, ABC, Fox TV, France Television, Arqiva, Star TV, Times TV, Qatar TV, Al Jazeera Sports and many others.
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