(Melbourne, Australia--May 5, 2015) Mediaproxy Pty. Ltd., the global leader for broadcast compliance logging, content monitoring and transport stream analysis, introduces its new high-density HD-SDI server platform in 2RU form factor.
The new highly power efficient platform offers unprecedented scalability for all HD-SDI based LogServer systems. A total of 21 baseband inputs are now supported in a single 2RU LogServer platform, drastically reducing cost for expanding environments. The new platform is shipping now and available for all LogServer Baseband systems.
The highly reliable LogServer platform provides 24/7 SD and HD multi-channel recording and live monitoring of video, audio and real-time data sources. Contents may be reviewed and managed 'long after the event' for legal and commercial compliance requirements and competitive analysis.
Mediaproxy's leading edge user interface allows for extensive search, export and content retrieval across multiple distributed servers. In addition to traditional baseband sources, the unique LogServer engine also supports multi-program transport stream sources via ASI or IP, providing powerful options to log both proxy and native MPEG formats in parallel. LogServer greatly enhances content management and QoS whilst lowering overall operational costs.
Mediaproxy Pty. Ltd. is an affiliate of the XENON Technology Group (XTG), a leader in high-performance hardware platforms and customized software solutions for broadcasters and digital content creators.
Mediaproxy is an award winning company, providing complete solutions for the monitoring and logging of rich-media to broadcasters, IPTV, cable and satellite providers around the world.
Delivering premium solutions globally since 2001, Mediaproxy's LogServer has established itself as the leading solution for professional broadcast monitoring and compliance logging.
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