09.25.2007 04:44 PM
Harris's CENTRIO broadcast multiviewer gains worldwide acceptance

Making its European debut at IBC2007, Harris’ CENTRIO multiviewer has gained early market recognition for streamlining complex, large-system multidisplay monitoring applications. French public TV network France 3 is one of the first European clients to order the new multiviewer.

Combining a graphics engine and routing infrastructure in a 5-, 9-, 15- or 28RU chassis, CENTRIO can reduce the cost and complexity associated with traditional, large-system monitoring implementations. In any environment, the CENTRIO multiviewer's graphics engine enables customizable image layouts that allow users to create monitoring and control tools. For large, complex monitoring applications, its router-based architecture simplifies system design by supporting up to 512 inputs (HD, SD or analog) and driving up to 64 independent monitors from a single Platinum router chassis.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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