10.02.2009 10:39 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Grass Valley unveils K2 Solo two-channel server

At IBC2009, Grass Valley unveiled the K2 Solo portable multiformat SD/HD server designed for remote live productions and small studio post-production applications.

The K2 Solo is a compact, broadcast-capable, two-channel stand-alone server with up to 20 hours of HD or 40 hours of SD storage. It leverages the K2 Summit production client architecture, making it compatible with the entire K2 family of software applications, control protocols and formats for file-based environments.

K2 Solo also includes all of the same functionality as the stand-alone four-channel K2 Summit and can be used in any broadcast facility under automation control or with its internal playlist capability.

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