360 Systems Rolls Out Remote Interface

360 Systems has introduced its new remote interface that allows broadcasters to establish dedicated workstations around a station. The Ethernet-controlled interface works with the company's Image Server 2000. With a single server, individual workstations can be configured to perform ingest, trimming, file-managem
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360 Systems has introduced its new remote interface that allows broadcasters to establish dedicated workstations around a station.

The Ethernet-controlled interface works with the company's Image Server 2000. With a single server, individual workstations can be configured to perform ingest, trimming, file-management, playlist building, play-to-air or any combination of the tasks.

Requirements for a remote workstation include a Windows XP computer and monitor and an Ethernet connection to an Image Server 2000. A CD-ROM from the Westlake, Village, Calif.-based company loads application programs that create GUIs to control Image Server functions.