04.03.2005 08:00 AM
Miranda provides iControl facility monitoring


A new Third-Party Zone feature allows third-party applications to be hosted directly within iControl, enabling one keyboard and mouse to control all Miranda and third-party applications.
Miranda Technologies has expanded its iControl monitoring and control-over-IP system to now include the ability for operators to proactively recognize system failures before they occur.

The iControl system automatically recognizes unnecessary information from the data being displayed and identifies what action to take. Capable of monitoring multichannel and multi-format television operations with hundreds of signals, the system uses common SNMP protocols to oversee and control video, as well as all the surrounding transmission, networking, and building infrastructure.

A new Third-Party Zone feature allows third-party applications to be hosted directly within iControl, enabling one keyboard and mouse to control all Miranda and third-party applications.

Miranda has also launched its iControl Solo monitoring and control software. This software allows users to configure and control Miranda’s Densité and Imaging Series interfaces directly from a PC.

For more information, visit www.miranda.com.

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