Mark Hallinger /
08.01.2014 02:58 AM
Trilogy to Show Virtual Comms Control at IBC
Deep integration with L-S-B Virtual Studio Manager also key

At IBC 2014 Trilogy Communications will feature a new, completely redesigned virtual control panel, now available for PCs, laptops, phones and tablets in either wired or wireless configurations. No matter how a user wants their comms to work, Trilogy’s Virtual Panel allows everyone to join the conversation, simply and cost effectively.

IBC 2014 will also feature the deep integration of L-S-B’s Virtual Studio Manager with “Gemini,” Trilogy’s distributed matrix intercom, thanks to the recent successful implementation of the Ember+ protocol. Gemini combines the benefits of a large-scale, non-blocking matrix with integrated IP connectivity in each unit and a range of IP panels.

Also demonstrated will be “Messenger,” an affordable matrix-based intercom that includes features and functionality typically only found in far more expensive systems, bridging the gap between low-end, two-wire party line systems and the cost and complexity of high-end professional systems.

“Mentor XL” will also feature. This master reference generator includes a GPS option board that enables operation with traditional active GPS antennas, while also being optimised to provide users with the ability to exploit the latest developments in “smart antennas”.

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