06.18.2007 10:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris showcases integrated workflow solutions at BroadcastAsia 2007

Harris is showcasing broadcast workflow solutions at the BroadcastAsia 2007 exhibition and conference this week in Singapore.

The company will demonstrate NewsForce, a file-based newsroom system built on the NEXIO XS server platform. It includes three new Harris editors optimized for fast cutting, voicing and airing of news and provides a streamlined, MOS-enabled infrastructure for producing, processing, distributing and managing SD and HD content.

The integration of Apple’s Final Cut Studio production suite with NewsForce takes advantage of the open XML API and editing capabilities in Final Cut Pro, while providing tight integration with the NEXIO storage area network.

The Platinum MX extends Harris’s line of large routers into medium-scale configurations. Platinum MX is designed for cost-effective configurations up to 128 x 128 in a compact 9RU frame, while providing the same capabilities of the larger 256 x 256 and 512 x 512 Platinum routers.

OPTO+ features fiber modules that can operate simultaneously alongside any processing and distribution modules within the 6800+ frame.

Harris’s QSEE6800+HST module provides signal monitoring capabilities that permit user-customizable alarm criteria, with both level and time-duration thresholds, and scalable thumbnail viewing for up to eight HD/SD signals with four groups of embedded audio.

Harris Channel ONE combines a graphics playout server, animation, live video, video clips, audio, real-time external data feeds and master control functionality in a single chassis, enabling broadcasters to produce and air complete television channels in HD or SD.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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