03.05.2008 08:04 AM
Harris to show next-generation ADC at NAB2008

At NAB2008, Harris will be showing the new H-Class ADC-1000 and D-Series DSX7000 and DSX8000 automation systems. These next-generation products feature extensive revisions to their underlying core technology, while maintaining full backward compatibility.

The ADC-1000 automation system offers an increased number of channels and improved device support; enhanced network control capabilities; and Windows Vista support. Among its new network control capabilities, the ADC-1000 automation system adds true IPv6 support and IP control of the NEXIO AMP server.

The D-Series DSX7000 system employs a single pair of device controllers to support up to 40 channels of automation. The D-Series DSX8000 system operates on a distributed architecture that can have multiple pairs of device controllers and support up to 1000 aired channels. Both DSX-series products feature a new modular device interface control architecture that allows users to manage and control IP networking devices. DSX automation can also control Harris DTP (Digital Turnaround Processor) systems, mCAPTURE compressed media stream recorders, Platinum routers and Icon-series channel branding systems.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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