|Tesira uses Audio Video Bridging (AVB) as the primary digital media transport|
Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, will be giving international distributors and consultants their first chance to get an up-close look at Tesira at ISE 2012. Tesira is Biamp's first digital signal processor (DSP)-based networked media system to use Audio Video Bridging (AVB) as the primary digital media transport.
Biamp hosted product presentations at Booth #1H80 at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00 and 16:00 on the 31 January and 1 February, and 10:00 and 12:00 on the 2 February, to showcase Tesira's entire product platform, including hardware and software, partition features and AVB functionality. These sessions will give show attendees an opportunity to speak directly with Biamp's sales and technical team, and experience Tesira's robust features including unprecedented power, scalability and sound quality.
Tesira is an enterprise-wide solution made up of intelligent network modules that share and boost performance. It is equipped with modular scalable inputs and outputs, DSPs and networked end-points, providing system design capabilities for unlimited scenarios, including centralised, distributed and hybrid type applications. Integrators have the option of customizing Tesira with up to eight DSP cards (16 DSPs) in a single chassis with up to 420 by 420 audio channels over a scalable digital media backbone (AVB).
Tesira greatly improves programming efficiency by allowing for system configuration in a partitioned approach. Ideal for systems that require a higher level of scalability, partitions make it possible to configure, update or maintain distinct sections of a system without affecting those that are currently in use, and without having to reconfigure the entire system. Partitions also minimise the time spent redrawing and compiling.
Additionally, Tesira's advanced compiler automatically creates the digital audio transport connections and automated hardware specifications needed to complete a system design. This added level of design sophistication reduces the potential for costly errors, saving time and hardware costs.
Tesira will begin shipping on May 14, 2012.